Archive for ‘Apple II’

Apple IIe Numeric Keypad

The Apple IIe Numeric Keypad was an external keypad device for the Apple IIe. Part of it’s layout was specifically designed as a convenience for Visicalc users.

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Apple II Plus

The Apple II Plus was the second model in the original Apple II line of personal computers. Launched in 1979, the Apple II Plus sported 48 KB RAM (expandable to 64KB) and included Applesoft BASIC baked into the ROM (written by Microsoft).

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Apple II Plus (Bell and Howell)

With only 5,000 to 10,000 made, the Bell & Howell Apple II (also known as the Darth Vader Apple II) was made exclusively for the educational market.

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Apple IIc Plus

The Apple IIc Plus was the last model in the Apple II line. It was the successor to the Apple IIc and sported an internal 3.5″ floppy drive as well as faster processor – a 65C02 chip running at up to 4 MHz. One of it’s major features was its internal power supply, replacing the previous bulky external supply for the IIc.

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Apple IIgs

The Apple IIGS was the most powerful of the Apple II line of machines. The GS (which stood for Graphics and Sounds) was a radical advance from previous models with advanced color graphics, sound and music synthesis, 16-bit architecture and a mouse.

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Apple II j-plus

The Apple II j-plus is was a rare version of the Apple II made for the Japanese market. Launched in 1980 and based on the Apple II Plus, it had supported the Katakana character both on screen and on the keyboard.

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Apple IIe Platinum

Launched in January 1987, the Platinum IIe got it’s name for the color of its case which was light grey. Functionally the insider of the Platinum IIe was identical to the Enhanced IIe. The Platinum IIe was the last model in the Apple II family and was discontinued in November, 1993.

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