Alex Jason began collecting Apple devices at the age of 10, acquiring a lot of 50 computers for $2,000, reports the New York Times. With the help of his father Bill, the Jasons have amassed rare pieces including the 1976 Apple I, Apple Lisa 2/5, a Powerbook 100, and the Cursor III – the company’s first prototype of a mouse.
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The collection will be housed in the Maine Technology Museum, a converted library of a local charitable organization Good Will-Hinckley. The museum will also include exhibits on renewable energy, space exploration, and virtual reality.
If you’re a big Apple fan, don’t get in your car just yet – the museum is not slated to open until January 2017. Those looking to get their fix in before next year can head over to several other exhibits in Massachusetts, New York, Georgia, California, and Washington in the meantime.
But if you’re really curious about Alex’s collection, here’s a preview via YouTube.