|Company/Released :||Apple Computer|
|CPU :||65816 (16 Bit)|
|Operating System :||Apple DOS|
|RAM :||2.625 Megabytes|
|Storage :||2 3.5" 800k "Apple SuperDrive" Floppy Drives|
2 5.25" 140k Floppy Drives
|Display :||Apple Color RGB Monitor|
|Misc Peripherals :||Hayes Optima 96 Modem|
Kensington System Saver IIgs
Apple II Video Overlay
Applied Engineering RamKeeper
|History :||01/94 : Acquired new for $300.00|
09/96 : Added Hayes Modem
07/28/98 : Acquired second system, a ROM 1 with Apple 1 MEG RAM card,
1 3.5" drive, 1 5.25" drive, RGB monitor, Kensington System Save IIgs, Apple
ImageWriter II printer for $79.99.
01/30/98 : Picked up an Apple 5.25 Drive for $3.93 and a second for $2.02.
09/29/99 : Picked up a ROM 03 base unit with a Sonic Blaster, CMS SCSI
controller and 1 Meg RAM card for $7.49.
06/21/00 : Picked up another base unit with 1 Meg RAM card for $5.29.
07/14/00 : Acquired ROM 03 unit in a "Woz" case with Apple II Video Overlay Card,
Applied Engineering RamKeeper, Transwarp GS, Apple IIgs Ram Expansion (1 meg),
2 3.5" drives, 2 5.25" drives, keyboard, mouse and ImageWriter II printer for $200.00.
08/26/00 : Picked up a CMS hard drive for $7.95 and an Apple IIgs Ram
Expansion card manual for $0.46.
01/19/01 : Picked up a base unit with a GS-RAM card for $8.08.
09/11/03 : Picked up a Rev A SCSI card.
|Help! Can anyone send me the drivers and doc for the CMS SCSI card and
the Sonic Blaster card? Snail mail is fine but I can easily accept emailed
shk, zip or whatever files too and can get them to my GS. Please help me get
these working again.|
Also, I need any info and/or software for the Apple II Video Overlay Card. Thanks!
I picked up this system from a company that
liquidated Apple's stock when they discontinued this system. It is a ROM
3 system and until recently I didn't do a whole lot with it. Now I have
it connected to the net and I've begun to enhance it. I'm currently
looking for a SCSI controller and harddrive and memory expansion. If you
have any you want to get rid of then get
in touch with me. You can also
check out my Apple Library.
Picked up an Apple SCSI card but it turned out it was a Rev A card. Anyone have a way to upgrade this to a Rev C so I can make use of it?