An original Apple computer built by co-founder, Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs in 1976 was sold for USD400,000 (RM1.6) at a recent auction in the US.
The rare Hawaiian koa wood-cased Apple-1 is still functioning and is one of the 200 made and sold in kit form.
The computer was previously owned by two others, a college professor and his student to whom he sold it to for USD600.
The sale included user manuals and Apple software on two cassettes.
It is believed there are around 20 such computers in the world still capable of functioning.
The koa wood case of the auctioned model was added by a pioneering early computer retailer, ByteShop, in California, which took delivery of around 50 of the Apple-1 machines.
The auctioned machine is not the highest-grossing Apple-1 computer – that distinction belongs to a working version that sold for USD905,000 at a Bonhams auction in New York in 2014.