From the owner: "I just went through old email; I got my PROM from Cameron Cooper, and Wendell programmed them. I used to have the BW monitor that Steve Jobs modified to have a video input (basically he soldered a couple of wires onto the TV PC board, drilled a hole in the case, and mounted a connector) but that is long gone as well".
Renamed from "Ex Employee 1" to "Elmer Baum 1" (he owned more than one).
First owner was Elmer Baum. He gave 1976 the two Steve's money to built the first Apple-1. Maybe there would be no Apple without him.
NTI board pulled from pile of unpopulated and untested Apple-1s.
Brought up to operating condition and installed in new enclosure.
It was on exhibition at Vintage Computer Festival West 2019 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View. Achim Baqué verified it and made pictures.Owner is known to Apple-1 Registry curator Achim Baqué.
Original box. Original Apple Cassette Interface. Power supply from 1975.
Video (It is the Apple-1 upper right)
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