In 2014, Apple introduced its first smartwatch. Although this is not Apple’s first partnership with a watch. On the CosmicConnect website, Seiko made the first watch called WristMac for Apple and is now available for sale. With $ 800 as the highest value, the rare watch has won 27 bids so far. WristMac is considered to be ahead of its time and sold as an early Macintosh accessory.
The website mentions that the box in which WristMac comes with the unloaded registration cars, training and reference guide, a floppy disk containing the official clock software.
ComicConnect also posted a series of photos and wrote, “In 1988, Ex Machina, Inc. and Seiko together to release the Wrist Mac, a possible watch connected to a Macintosh computer. Mac Wrist can save phone numbers, set alarms for one-time and frequent daily and weekly use, and take notes, which can be exported to disk as a text file. ”
“This is a very rare and fraudulent piece of technology history, and a surprising finding for investors, investors, and Apple fans. It has rarely been seen since its inception 30 years ago, and it will be a few years before another comes to market anywhere. This is something that computer history cannot miss, ”adds the website.
ComicConnect also mentioned that in 1991, astronauts aboard the Atlantis spacecraft entered WristMac to collaborate with Macintosh Portable and Apple Link software.
Recently, the high-end Apple-l laptop, manufactured by Apple founder Steve Wozniak, sold at an auction and fetched $ 500,000 (about Rs 3.7 crore), according to a report. More than double the starting $ 200,000, the Apple-I Personal Computer was purchased by a professor at Chaffey University in 1976. Apple-I originally sold it for $ 666.66, or the equivalent of approximately $ 3,211 in 2021 , Says AppleInsider.
That original price tag was $ 0.64 for half a million dollars held at its auction by John Moran Auctioneers and Appraisers, in Monrovia, California, according to the report.