New auction of another Apple museum piece: The Lisa 1

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This week the auction began for another of the first computers from the Cupertino company, the Apple Lisa 1, the successor to the Apple II, and the predecessor to the Macintosh.

The Apple Lisa 1 was devised by Xerox PARC and polished by Apple, being the first commercial computer with a graphical user interface. It was using a 5.25 ”double disk drive known as a“ Twiggy ”, which was very troublesome and very unreliable.

It is currently still up for auction on eBay and the last bidding price was $ 15.000, after 4 bids, and still 4 days left to finish.

Source: Cultofmac.com


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