Rare Apple computer goes on sale

January 9, 2018

An eBay user is offering computer lovers the chance to own one of Apple’s very first computers.

For the small price of at least US$55,000, you can be the owner of the working Apple Lisa 1.

The Lisa 1 came onto the market in 1983, and was the first commercial computer with a graphical user interface.

The product on auction still has Apple’s short-lived Twiggy floppy disk intact.

The model was pulled after just three years on the market, and Apple’s efforts were redirected to a new project: the Macintosh.

Bids on the rare computer will be accepted until January 14.

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wow very cheap computer!!!