What you need to know
- A former Apple employee has listed a clear Apple Newton MessagePad on eBay.
- The extremely rare piece was given to Apple developers at a conference in 1994.
- It still works and comes with the original manuals.
A former Apple employee is selling a rare clear Apple Newton MessagePad for $1050 on eBay.
The listing states:
As Cult of Mac notes, the clear Newtons were given out to a few select developers at an Apple conference in 1994.
The Newton MessagePad boasts an ARM 610 processor, 1MB of RAM and a 320 x 240 pixel display.
Shipping will cost you another $75, but if you're interested, you can check out the listing here! (opens in new tab)
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Dang this is a steal, considering I bought mine a year ago for $900 without the box or think different book, only if I some extra cash i would jump on this!
And it seems like shipping is only $25 for me!
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