$671,400 for an Apple Computer

Would you pay $671,400 for a personal computer? You probably wouldn't want to pay even one hundredth of that, even for a top of the line computer with maximum RAM memory and hard drive space. Especially on that is out of date.

Well guess what? An Apple I computer, also known as an Apple-1, just sold for $671,400 to an Asian collector through an auction held by a German company. This was one of the original computers sold by Steve Jobs and created by Steve Wozniak back in 1976.

The original sales price for these computers was $666.66 and later on in 2007, the collectible price for these computers was $15,000 to $25,000. Not such a bad return, going from about $20,000 to over $670,000 in just six years. That's an 80% average annual return!!!

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