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Personal Computer - Apple, Model II-E, 1984 Reg. No: ST 043539
- Apple IIe microprocessor computer system with single 5 and 1/4 inch floppy disc drive. The case was designed to allow the monitor to sit on top of it. The case is beige , made of plastic, with a QWERTY keyboard and reset button. It used a 6502 microprocessor chip, with 64 kilobytes of memory standard.
This was the Apple successor to the wildly successful Apple II+.
Made by Apple Corporation in the United States of America in 1984.
The improved circuitry (allowing greater screen resolution) was designed to make this a computer more suitable for the business world than its predecessors, the apple II and II+. This was only partly successful - the number of characters on the screen horizontally (40 standard, 80 with some hardware/software combinations) was only marginally adequate in readability. However, as a home/games machine, it built upon earlier successes and made a fortune for third-party software suppliers.
- Apple IIe microprocessor computer system in beige palstic case
- Acquisition Information:
- Transfer from Museum of Victoria, 1989
|Dimensions:||140 mm (Height), 390 mm (Width), 460 mm (Length)|
|Tagged with:||computer keyboards, computer peripherals, computers, computing, microcomputer systems, microprocessor controls|
|Themes this item is part of:||The Apple Computer Story - Corporate Rise 1977-1983, Information & Communication Collection|
|Primary Classification:||COMPUTING & CALCULATING|
|Secondary Classification:||Digital Computing|
|Inscriptions:||Serial number 125890|
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