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If you are looking at a modern laptop computer, it\'s hard to believe that computers were once huge devices (1) only to government or big businesses. Today\'s computers are often not much bigger than a typewriter and are taken for (2) in homes, schools, and offices. Technological (3) made the small personal computer possible, but two electronic whiz kids working in a garage actually brought it about. Steven Jobs and Stephen Wozniak first met at Hewlett-Packard, an electronics firm in California. Jobs was a high-school student when William Hewlett, the president, took him (4) as a summer employee. Wozniak, a college dropout, was also working there, and the two got along right away. Jobs and Wozniak went separate ways in 1972. When they got together again in 1974, Wozniak was spending a lot of time with a local computer club, and he (5) Jobs to join the group. Jobs immediately saw the (6) for a small computer. He (7) up with Wozniak, a brilliant engineer, to build one. The two designed the Apple I computer in Jobs\'s bedroom, and they put the prototype (8) in his garage. With $1,300 in capital (9) by selling Jobs\'s car and Wozniak\'s scientific calculator, they set up their first production line. Apple I, which they brought out in 1976, had sales of $600, a(n) (10) beginning. By 1980, Apple Computers, which had started four years earlier as a project in a garage, had a market value of $1.2 billion.