DATA CENTER EQUIPMENT RECYCLING COMPANY EXCESS LOGIC ON CBS NEWS
Data center equipment recycling company from Fremont, CA Excess Logic is looking for the anonymous lady who dropped off an Apple-1 computer to reward her $100,000.
Here’s what happened:
In April, an anonymous lady around 60-70 years of age came to Excess Logic’s recycling center in Milpitas, CA and dropped off a couple boxes of e-waste. She informed us that her husband had passed away back in February and that she had decided to clean up their garage.
She dropped off a couple boxes of e-waste and drove off without leaving any contact information. The boxes of e-waste had been sitting in Excess Logic’s warehouse for a couple weeks until a Excess Logic recycling manager opened the box and found the Apple-1 computer under a bunch of cables and old keyboards.
It is one of only 200 of the original Apple-1 computers that were produced in 1976 which sold for $666.66 at the time. The Apple-1 computer we received was sold to a private collector for $200,000 and Excess Logic needs help finding the woman that dropped it off in order to reward her $100,000 (50% of the total sale).
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