YouTube channel The Savvy Sage shares a video reflection on forty years of the Apple IIe computer, originally released in 1983.
The crowdfunding campaign aims to complete the transparent case created by MacEffects.
Bob Darlington’s stereo sound output expansion card for the Apple IIGS is now available from Joe Strosnider of Joe’s Computer Museum.
Axel Muhr has just released a Floating Point Unit interface card for the Apple IIgs and Apple IIe (enhanced and unenhanced). The NumberCruncher Reloaded is a peripheral card for the Apple II series that features a math co-processor, often also called a Floating Point Unit (FPU) which is specialized on, well, floating point calculations. Doing […]
a2heaven.com has just revealed one of their projects: a microprocessor replacement for the PAL Apple //e. Switch from your current 8-bit 65(c)02 to the 16-bit 65816 one. You are still running at 1 MHz and access 64 KiB of RAM — but is that the first step before a modern accelerator interface card similar to the one […]
Prolific hardware developer Mike Willegal has handed off management of his original Apple-1 clone, the Mimeo 1. The boards were first made commercially available in 2010 and “have been sold to vintage computer buffs around the world”, writes Willegal. “However, the learning part of the process, which is one of things that keeps me interested […]
The RamExpress II+ Memory Expansion Card adds extra random-access memory (RAM) and Real time clock to your Apple IIc computer. The standard memory expansion card comes with 1024K (1Megabyte) RAM. It is now available for $69.99 through a2heaven.com. Shipping is free.
Long time Australian Apple // enthusiasts and full time technicians Dean Claxton and Mark Cummings, lamenting the lack of official documentation on power supply circuits, have reverse engineered a circuit diagram, schematic and a parts list for the DynaComp 240V power supply (model 699-00136) which was commonly used in the Platinum Apple //e. The DynaComp […]
A2Heaven continues to bring Apple II hobbyists great new hardware. The Apple II VGA scaler (AIIVGAS) is an Apple II compatible circuit board for converting Apple II, II+, Europlus and Apple IIe video to VGA compatible signals for displaying on a VGA monitor. The board is compatible with both NTSC and PAL systems. Due to […]
Gizmodo brings us news that a wireless gaming controller is being developed for the Apple II. Check out all the juicy details here and then head to their Kickstarter to get in early on the action.