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Sunday May 31, 2015

Woman Leaves Rare Apple 1 for Recycling

One of the few remaining original Steve Wozniak hand built Apple 1 computers was dropped off at a Silicon Valley recycling center back in April in a box of computer parts. The box of parts was a part of a garage cleanout, but luckily the recycler spotted the Apple 1 for what it was and eventually put it up for auction. The computer brought in a cool $200K. The drop off person’s identity is still unknown, but a check for half of the auction’s proceeds is still waiting to be claimed. Thanks to Forum Administrator Crosshairs for the linkage. cool

"We thought it was fake. It was real," CleanBayArea Vice president Victor Gichun told NBC news. He said he remembers what the donor looked like and all she had to do is show up.

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