To fund the creation of Apple's first computer, Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs sold their...
Blue box devices to simulate phone operators
Rights to video game 'Breakout' to Atari
Scientific calculator and Volkswagen van
Blueprints for a second generation computer
Correct Answer:Scientific calculator and Volkswagen van
A brief explanation why…
Although Steve Wozniak helped design Breakout as well as blue box devices and computer components, it was his HP-65 calculator that he sold for $500. Jobs, meanwhile, sold his sole means of transportation, a VW van, for $800 to fund the creation of Apple I.
Working in Jobs' bedroom and garage, Wozniak single-handedly designed the machine's circuit boards and operating system, while Jobs had grand ideas about selling a fully assembled printed circuit board, which previously required assembly by hobbyists themselves.
In July 1976, the Apple I was shown at the Homebrew Computer Club in Palo Alto, California and went on sale for $666.66 because the first completed system boards were sold to a local computer shop for $500 plus one-third (and because Wozniak liked repeating digits).
Specifications for the Apple I included a MOS 6502 processor clocked at a whopping 1MHz, 4KB of memory that was expandable to 8KB or 48KB via expansion cards, a 280 X 192 monochrome display, a 5.25-inch floppy drive and the Woz Integer BASIC OS.
Today, the Apple I is a rare find that has sold for anywhere from tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands of dollars.