A prototype Apple 1 has been sold for $1.15million NZ dollars.
Apple co-founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak built just 200 of the computers in 1976.
The model auctioned this week contains tell-tale signs that it is an early sample.
One computer historian says it is “one of the first, if not the first ever” Apple computer.
The machine ran on the Apple 1 BASIC operating system
The winning bidders, Glenn and Shannon Dellimore, said they want to take the computer into schools and universities to help inspire young people.