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If you’re interested in owning a legendary piece of innovative technology, you’re in luck. Steve Jobs had a central role in the development of the personal computer, particularly in the growth of Apple. While Jobs was ultimately pushed out of the company in 1985, he continued to work on one of the early Macintosh computers. In fact, the device listed in this auction is Steve Jobs’ personal Macintosh SE, which he used from around 1987 to 1994 while working at his new company NeXT. This Macintosh SE has been well-preserved and still has files from Jobs’ early work on its drive. The computer is will be available to bid on during Bonham’s “History of Science and Technology, including Space History” collection on October 25th with an estimated final price of $200,000 – $300,000.

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