Category: Apple-1

Apple-1 Emulator on The Supercon Badge

When Hackaday held their Supercon, they gave electronic badges to all of the attendees.   Well, this in turn has produced a number of hacks and additions, including this one which caught out eye — An Apple-1 Emulator running on the badge https://hackaday.io/project/3620-l-star-software-defined-6502-computer/log/155608-l-star-as-a-supercon2018-badge-add-on

Apple-1 Goes on the Auction Block

Charity Buzz is currently auctioning off one of the original Apple-1 Computers.  The “Duston 2” as this Apple-1 is being named, was previously owned by Adam Duston of Naperville Illinois. One of the original Byte Shop machines, the “Duston 2” has been modified slightly but according to Apple-1 restorer and expert, Corey Cohen, is not […]

Another Apple-1 Goes on the Auction Block

Another original Apple-1 computer has re-surfaced and is going on the auction block through the LiveAuctioneers.com website.   Serial number 01-0073 which according to the Mike Willegal Apple-1 Registry database is not rregistered, is apparently the working Apple-1 computer belonging to one “John D.” and was purchased on 30 November 1976 for a grand total of […]

Apple-1 to be auctioned by Bonhams

Another Apple-1 computer is being auctioned by Bonhams Auction House.  The Apple-1 owned by one Tom Romkey, a personal computer store owner in Florida, has owned the computer for the past 39 years.   The board, having sat on a shelf for the majority of that time, is in pristine condition and is expected to draw […]