They estimated it would sell for $180,000. It went for more than double that price. The Apple I used to sell originally for $666.66, and it was only the motherboard you see in the picture. The buyer had to make a case, provide a monitor, keyboard, and power supply. It was more of a hobbyist and geek thing than a real computer in the sense we think about computers now. Still, the value is in the history of the device, the fact that the original people like Wozniak worked on it, and that this particular computer is still functional. An anonymous bidder won.