Syndicomm announced yesterday that it will make a special offer to KansasFest attendees, allowing them to pre-purchase all six discs in The Definitive GS+ at a discounted price. The discounted price, which has not yet been announced, will entitle buyers to receive each disc automatically when it is released with no shipping charge. The offer […]
Don’t forget to register for KansasFest by the end of the day Wednesday to take advantage of great discounted rates. Syndicomm (A2Central.com’s parent company and the largest retailer of Apple II products in the world) has special bargains up its sleeves that will only be available to attendees. KFest is the annual Apple II event, […]
Woz was interviewed by Business Week in light of his forthcoming biography.
Apple Game Server is a Java application that transfers software via serial cable from a PC to a remote Apple II without the need for a floppy or other hardware.
Eric Shepherd, owner/operator of Syndicomm and A2Central announced on the KFest mailing list that Syndicomm will be accepting orders on behalf of Mike Harvey of Nibble Magazine at this year’s KFest. The Nibble Magazine and Book collections on DVD represent over 12 years of invaluable historical Apple II knowledge that no serious Apple II user […]
A2RetroSystems announced today that they have sold out their remaining stock of highly useful Uthernet cards. No word as of yet on if another production run is planned, but we very much hope so.
Twitch Asylum takes a trip back in time with the Apple II in episode #6 of their gamer-oriented podcast.During their “Retro Respect” segment, the TA Crew talks about their favorite Apple II games, some of the developers who got their start with the Apple II and other related topics.
Rich Dreher, producer of the innovative CompactFlash for Apple II card, has announced he has started working on a similar project for the Apple 1 (including clones and compatibles like the Replica 1).
Lyle Syverson has posted the May, 2006 issue of The Lamp!, the monthly look at the best posts on Syndicomm’s Apple II forum.
GSE-Reactive now sells 64K DRAM chips, so that Apple II and II+ users can replace failed memory chips in their systems.