March 29, 2023
Steve Jobs Macintosh SE

Jobs’ Macintosh SE is up for auction | TechNews

British auction company Bonhams launches autumn auction“History of Science and Technology”At the auction, one of the key lots was the Macintosh SE used by Apple founder Steve Jobs. It was auctioned in New York on October 25, and the estimated price was between $250,000 and $300,000.

The Macintosh SE was the computer Jobs used when he left Apple to found NeXT, and was in his office from 1988 to 1994. Bonhams introduced that the hard drive still retains some of Jobs’ NeXT and Pixar work information, including weekly work and activity schedules, and even saw him miss a meeting with Prince Charles of the United Kingdom. Of course, sensitive information has long been eliminated.

Legend has it that Jobs’ daughter, Lisa Brennan-Jobs, also used this computer to send and receive letters, and the Microsoft Word software was also registered in Lisa’s name.In addition to this Mactinosh SE, this auction also has a rare Apple II: Ventless Rev 0 Computers with no heat dissipation design will cause overheating problems. Apple will soon replace it with a ventilated design for free. Therefore, the Rev 0 version is very rare in the market, and the transaction price may be as high as 30,000 US dollars.Apple II Ventless Rev 0


(This article is written by Unwire HK Reprinted with permission; source of the first image:Bonhams

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