Apple released its first smart watch, the Apple Watch, in 2015 and has continued to dominate the smartwatch industry ever since. But one thing few people know today: The Apple Watch was not the first wearable associated with Apple. The wearable for Apple devices first appeared over 3 0 years ago .
This product was the ‘WristMac’ wristwatch developed by Seiko. WristMac allowed you to connect to the Macintosh computer of that time and communicate with the Mac . Of course, this product has not been very successful, as you can start from today because it is not known at all. But today the rarity of the product has made it a valuable device. So much so that an unopened package of the device is going up for sale at an auction this week, with bids estimated to go up to $50,000 .
Purchased for $50:
The Seiko WristMac you see above will be available in its original box with its original contents on ComicConnect. The device was purchased for about $50 years ago at discounts on the Connecticut Mac and has been unpacked since. While it is not known exactly how much the device will be sold, offers are expected to go up to 50 thousand dollars.
This saadollarser even went into space:
Although the Seiko WristMac is an unknown device today, it was used in a very large mission in the past. In 1991, the space shuttle Adollarsantis carried Macintosh computers with it. These computers were used to send emails from space . In addition, each of the astronodollars on duty had a WristMac. In the article written by The New York Times, it was stated that these saadollarserin were used for tasks such as sounding an alarm when it was time to take a picture of the Earth or the Universe .