Find out more about the original computer (including how you can get in on the bidding action) after the break.
The Apple-1 was shipped without a keyboard or monitor and didn't have a disk drive; as you can imagine, its processing abilities leave a lot to be desired. (Apparently, it could "barely power a game of Pong.") The Apple-1 was considered the first personal computer and shipped with a completely intact motherboard; previous personal computers came in pieces and users had to solder the motherboard together themselves.
Would-be owners in other parts of the world need not worry; the London auction  will also be accessible online. The device is expected to sell for between $161,600 and $242,400.