In September of 2018, an Apple I computer sold for more than $375,000 at an auction in Dallas. Since then, only a few other Apple I computers have been put up for sale. The Apple I is a prime example of vintage collectors technology that has soared in value.
In the current day, other 80s and 90s technology are following suit and are rising in value. Ranging from Betamax’s to iPod Classic’s, Broadband Genie have curated a list of vintage tech and toys that have risen in value.
During this spring cleaning season, you should be keeping an eye out for any tech you’ve stored away. Collectors would be willing to pay out a handsome bounty for mint condition tech. So make sure to check those drawers you haven’t opened in years and those boxes in the attic. Take a look at the infographic below and see if you can recognise any tech you’ve seen around the home.