The Orlando Sentinel reports that many older computers once popular in schools, including the once ubiquitous Apple II, are now prize possessions of collectors willing to pay top dollar. Some of the more valuable old computers include the 1975 Altair 8800, the 1976 Apple I, and the 1981 IBM Personal Computer. “Nobody’s buying these old computers for the technology,” said one expert. “They’re buying it for style. For a lot of people it’s artwork.”