Most of the time, computers lose their value as they age.
But not if the device is one of the first Apple computers ever sold.
Sotheby's started the bidding at $120,000 and an original Apple I went to the highest bidder for $374,500.
It's so valuable because there are only 50 Apple I computers in the world and only six are known to be in working condition.
The buyer's name was not released.
First Coast News