The best old school vintage electronic products to collect in 2017 include the Apple Watch, the original IBM PC and the Atari 2600.
In fact, it’s not hard to find the right piece to keep your desk clutter free.
Antique electronics and furniture can be incredibly valuable when used wisely.
Here are our top picks for you to collect for yourself and the ones you might be missing.
Apple Watch If you can afford the $2,000,000 Apple Watch you’ll want one, because it will give you instant access to all your Apple-related information.
With a built-in fitness tracker and a built in heart rate monitor, you can get daily updates about your health, calories burned and activity levels.
IBM PC If you have $2 million, you could spend it on a $1,000 IBM PC, or buy a $100,000 model.
While you won’t be able to access your work or personal files on the IBM PC you’ll be able use it to track your sleep patterns and workouts, as well as your body weight.
Atari 2600 If you’re looking to spend the most money on an old school piece of hardware, there’s no better time than now.
With an upgraded processor, 512MB of RAM and a 128MB hard drive, you’ll get an incredible gaming experience.
The Atari 2600 is an incredibly popular game console that launched in 1984, and it still holds up today, selling for more than $400,000 on eBay.
It’s been around for over 50 years, and while it’s no longer sold in any stores, it still exists in antique form.
Apple Computer The original Apple computer was the first computer to be released in 1979.
In today’s world, it can be hard to get your hands on a machine that was released in 1986, but that’s exactly what you can do.
You can get the computer for less than $200 on eBay, which includes shipping.
IBM Desktop PC If buying an antique PC is your thing, you should pick one up.
It can hold your personal documents, emails and other files, as it can even run Windows and Linux.
It also has a builtin web browser and can even display images on its screen.
Atari Video Game System The Atari Video Gaming System was released back in 1982, and many people still own it today.
You’ll want to pick up an original Atari 2600 or a newer one that is brand new, and this is exactly what they are.
With the original version of the Atari Video, you won the chance to play the iconic game ‘Star Fox’, as well your favorite Atari titles.
Apple TV The Apple TV is a great piece of technology for the tech-savvy, but you’ll probably need a third-party adapter to stream your movies and video content.
Fortunately, you don’t have to buy an adapter if you’re just looking for a standard cable box.
If you don’ want to go through the trouble of buying an Apple TV you can still stream your favorite shows, including Game of Thrones, Stranger Things, Doctor Who, Star Trek, Star Wars and more.
Apple Mac Computer If you want to be an archivist of your favorite pieces of history, you will want to buy a Mac computer.
With more than 70 million computers in existence, it should come as no surprise that Apple computers are one of the most sought-after pieces of hardware.
The company is also known for making some of the best computer displays ever created.
Atari Jaguar If you are a fan of retro gaming, this is the perfect piece to collect.
The Jaguar is one of my favorite Atari consoles to collect, and the fact that it’s in such great condition means it will last you a long time.
Apple Pencil The Apple Pen is one you may not have noticed before, but it’s still one of our favorite accessories.
You will have to shell out $400 on eBay for a new one, but this thing is worth every penny.
The original, pre-2007 Apple Pen was designed to be used to write letters to the president of the United States, but thanks to its new stylus, it is a better pen.
Atari X-Men It’s a shame the Atari X is so much less popular than the Atari Jaguar.
The Atari X was released between 1987 and 1989, and there’s nothing worse than waiting for the latest and greatest console generation to release.
If that’s the case, this new model should be available in December 2017.
Commodore 64 The Commodore 64 is a classic gaming console, which launched in 1983 and was the only console released during that year.
You won’t find many collectors of the console these days, but if you do find one, you probably won’t need an adapter to use it.
The 64 comes in a wide range of colors, and you’ll also find it in the latest generation of consoles like the