One thing to remember is that Wosniak was trying to upset a world dominated by big iron computers like IBM and CDC. Even the entrepreneurs of the day saw little market for personal computing. I remember hearing Ken Olsen, founder of DEC, saying he could not imagine why anyone would want a computer in their home. He was telling the truth.
KO turned out to be right, although not in the way he thought. He said all you needed was a terminal hooked into a big machine. So now you have a handheld hooked into the “cloud”. Yes, those have local processing power to run apps but in reality all you need is comm software to talk to “something else”.
I agreed with him. Why would anybody want a PDP-11 in their home?.......
A dude I met at a tavern once, offered to give me a miniVAX.
I guess they couldn’t imagine that people would use computers to print guns, among other things.