Are you a LOST addict? Do you secretly fantasize about going on long expeditions with John Locke, tossing a few cold ones back with Ben Linus, or spending some quality time in a hatch with Juliette? Unfortunately, there’s not much we can do to help you with that, but if you’re looking to satisfy your LOST and Apple fandom in one fell swoop, then look no further than this Apple II computer which was used in both the Swan and Pearl Stations on the island. You might remember this lil’ ole clunker best as the machine that was used by Desmond to punch in the infamous numbers every 108 seconds.
In any event, the item is going up for auction on August 21st. If interested, check out auction details over here.
Harking back to a time when Lost’s mysteries had not been explained away with the MacGuffin of a stupid magic light, the original Dharma Initiative Apple II Plus computer used in the Pearl Station to release electromagnetic radiation every 108 minutes way back in Season Two is soon to go on sale.
If you’re interested in picking up this bit of Apple-centric television history, it’ll be auctioned off on August 21st. If you win, don’t worry about typing in the numbers: like everything in Lost, failure to follow the rules set down by the show’s creators will ultimately have no consequence whatsoever.