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Early Apple computer sells for $905,000 at auction(Reuters) - One of the few remaining examples of Apple Inc’s first pre-assembled computer, Apple-1, sold for $905,000 at an

auction in New York on Wednesday, far outstr

ipping expectations. The r

elic, which sparked a revolution in home computing, is thought to be one of the first batch of 50 Apple-1 machines assembled by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak in Steve Job’s family garage in Los Altos, California in the summer of 1976. Auction house Bonhams had said it expected to sell the machi

ne, which wa

s working as of September, for between $300,000 and $500,000. The buyer was The Henry Ford organization, whic

h plans to display the computer in its museum in Dearborn, Michigan. “The Apple-1 was not only innovative, but it is a key artifact in the foundation of the digital revolution, Henry Ford President Patricia Mooradian said in a statement. There were few b

uyers for the first Apples until Paul Terrell, owner of electronics retailer Byte Shop, placed

an order for 50 and sold them for $666.66 each. After that initial success, Jobs and Wozniak produced another 150 and sold them to friends and other vendors. Previously, a work

ing Apple-I was sold by Sotheby's a

uction house in 2012 for $374,500. (reut.rs/1yYUAZ4) Fewer than 50 original Apple-1s are believed to survive.

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