Eric Rothfus is working on a floppy emulator for the Disk ][ interface. He already has something similar working on his TRS-80. This would be a device that would connect to the Disk ][ card and to a PC’s serial port, so that the PC would serve up a disk image so that the Apple […]
The Serial I/O piggyback board can be used with an original Apple I or with Vince Briel’s Apple I replica. It makes it easy to save BASIC programs as text files and lets you interface with a PC or Macintosh. The price is $59.
Richard Dreher of CFFA adapter for Apple II fame is the Grand Prize Winner of the 2003 Circuit Cellular Flash Innovation contest, using the Motorola HC08 to build a remote wildlife observation station.
Mark Percival emailed participants in his group purchase of No Slot Clock chips this morning, letting them know that the chips have been mailed out to the buyers. Mark has set up a web page where you can download the installation instructions and with other information.He adds some important tips that are not included in […]
Mark Percival this afternoon contacted the people that have purchased No Slot Clocks through him, letting them know that the chips have arrived from the Philippines, and that they will be mailed out to the members of the purchasing group next week; the first batch will go out on Monday.
Vince Briel, a computer technician in Ohio, has been working on an Apple 1 clone. The only problem was the ROM. Steve Wozniak, the designer of the machine, has now given him the go-ahead to use the original Apple 1 ROM in his clone.
Jeri Ellsworth’s new AnyCard (as her USB card is now known) made great strides at KFest this year, but is still not available for purchase.
Jay Edwards demonstrated Rogher Johnstone’s new adapter cable that allows you to plug a PS/2 mouse into an AppleMouse port, such as the one on the AppleMouse II controller card, the Apple IIc, or the very earliest Macintosh computers. The adapter will be available soon for $22 plus $5 shipping.
RC Systems still has several Apple II interface cards available, including the DoubleTalk speech synthesis card for $49, the TimePro/Plus clock/calendar card for $27, and the SlotBuster II card for $49.
Roger Johnstone of New Zealand has created a new PS/2 mouse adapter card for the Apple II computer. A prototype will be demonstrated at KansasFest in July. Orders will be taken; pricing will be under US $30, and cards will be shipped via air mail. Be sure to be at KansasFest to check it out; […]