The WhiteRAM 8MB will be available very soon now on A2Heaven.com for the low introductory price of USD $89.99 including shipping to anywhere in the solar system.
Unique features are:
Ready just in time for KFest …
Maximizing your Apple IIGS RAM to 8MB finally becomes affordable with a quality RAM Expansion board from the ByteBoosters – The D(ark)RAM-8MB
The DarkRAM-8MB will be available this week on eBay for a low introductory price of USD $99.99 including world-wide express shipping (shipping time to the USA is usually 5 business days)
Unique features are:
- Lowest power consumption (<1.8W max when active) on any 8MB board ever
- Smallest size 8MB expansion board ever
- Providing 3.3V supply to other projects via aux-connector
- 8MB RAM using 16Mbit DRAM chips (4Mbit x 4)
- Optimized using only four 16MBit chips to reach 4MB
- Fast RAM -60ns
- 4MB out of 8MB are fully DMA compatible like any other >4MB card
- Black PCB with blue Power Indicator LED
- Gold contact fingers ensuring high reliability
This totals the memory of your ROM 3 IIGS to 8.125MB (8320KB)!
All boards come fully tested (stock and TWGS speed) on ROM01 and ROM03 machines with a 5 years warranty and 30 days money back guarantee (less shipping).
Henry Courbis writes:
You’ll receive a $10 discount plus save the regular shipping charges, plus your order will be hand-delivered to you at KFEST. Ultimate-Micro staff will also be available to assist if you have any issues or questions. We recommend bringing some basic tools if you want to install the Universal PSU Kit while at the conference.
There aren’t plans to bring extra PSU Kits due to their weight and added complexity with travel to and from the show, so be sure to place your order NOW and don’t miss out on this great offer which ends July 16th, at 6:00pm Eastern.
NOTE: Be sure to select “KFEST Special” items for discounted prices and no shipping charges.
We are glad to announce another ReActiveMicro release to the Apple II Community!
We have published the RAMWorks III 2 Meg Plus Expander schematic and programing files.
With the RAMWorks III and the 2 Meg Plus Expander now fully documented we can start the RAMWorks IIII Kit project and continue with adding AUX RAM to the IDEA2c Drive project.
The RAMWorks III Kit project is planned to be a RAMWorks style Apple IIe AUX Slot RAM Card with 4Meg of RAM and sell for about $80. It will also maintain compatibility with all AE’s RGB daughterboard options.
As named, this project will be sold in “kit” form and feature DIP and through hole parts for ease of assembly. We will work to keep the IC count to about 10 units so even a novice should be able to completely assemble the kit in about 1 hour. With some luck this project will be ready for the SolderFest session of KFEST 2016.
All are welcome who would like to help with testing or writing software. We would like to update AE’s RAMWorks III Test program to allow for 4Megs. Please contact “Support at ReActiveMicro.com”.
Plamen, a Bulgarian retro-computing enthusiast, has been prolific in cloning and reverse-engineering and even modernizing several Apple II peripheral products, such as the Mockingboard, AE RAMWorks and RAM Express, Apple SCSI card and many more.
UltimateMicro has 26 Mockingboard v1a cards in stock. This is a 100% compatible clone of the Sweet Micro Systems Mockingboard A, (upgradeable to a “B” with the addition of an SSI-263P Speech Synthesizer chip). It’s also features a few modern enhancements. The Mockingboard v1a is only $85 USD plus shipping. At this price, THESE WILL GO FAST!
SEPTEMBER 1, 2015 — LEOMINSTER, MA — Gamebits, publisher of premier Apple II magazine Juiced.GS, is proud to announce its partnership with software developer The Byte Works to sell Opus ][: The Software and Opus ][: The Source. These products, which collect the majority of The Byte Works’ products and source code, are available immediately on CD and USB and as downloadable disk images, starting at $25 each or $40 for both.
"Juiced.GS‘s collaborations with The Byte Works began when we bundled GSoft BASIC with our December 1998 issue," said magazine editor and publisher Ken Gagne. "We’re thrilled to work with Mike Westerfield to again make his programming tools accessible to the Apple II community."
"The ORCA languages, including the assembler and development environment Apple shipped as APW, have always been the most complete and widely used tools for Apple IIGS programming," said Mike Westerfield, president of The Byte Works. "They have been hard to get for a few years. I’m delighted that Gamebits is making these programs easily available again."
To commemorate this release, Gamebits has released Juiced.GS Concentrate: GSoft BASIC, a PDF that collects Eric Shepherd’s six-part programming tutorial series that was originally published in Juiced.GS from 1998 to 2000. This PDF is free when purchased with any Opus product, or it can be purchased separately, bundled with a free trial edition of GSoft BASIC, for $10.
Additionally, a related product, Juiced.GS Concentrate: Back to BASICs, has been reduced in price by 33%, from $12 to $8. A further $2 discount is applied when purchased with Juiced.GS Concentrate: GSoft BASIC.
Juiced.GS is the longest-running and last remaining print publication dedicated to the Apple II. Subscriptions are available at $19 for United States customers, $24 for readers in Canada and Mexico, and $27 for international customers. Receive news and updates about Juiced.GS by signing up for our email list or following us on Facebook or Google+.