Most of us might cringe over the price tag of the MacBook Pro with Retina Display, but that’s chump change compared to the several vintage Apple items sold online and at auction houses over the past decade. Last year, a die-hard collector broke bank purchasing an Apple I motherboard for nearly three hundred grand. That's practically 450 times higher than the actual retail price of Apple's first personal computer. Insane, we know. However, the auction serves as a testament of how much avid tech collectors are willing to spend just to own a piece of the Cupertino company's history.

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