Like vintage Apple hardware--so much that you scoff at the idea of a mere photo book of past devices? MacRumors reports that German auction house Breker has a deal for you in the form of one of the 50 original Apple 1 units sold by The Byte Shop, Apple's first retailers.
Apple computers might still be on the pricey side when compared to Windows and Android systems, but that measly 1,000 bucks or so you spend on a MacBook Air is nothing compared to the $387,750 that someone just spent on a Apple I from 1976 in an online auction.
Remember the Apple I computer that was to go up for auction? Well sorry to burst the bubble, but if you were hoping to get your bid in, it's a bit too late. A version of Apple's first computer, dubbed the Apple I, was sold for $174,000 at an auction in London on Tuesday.