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Apple Disk II Interface Card

Used with the Disk II 5 1/4" Floppy Disk Drive

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This 1978 Apple card is used to control 1 or 2 Disk II drives (sold separately).
Apple 650-X104- (Rev. on card pictured is B) (820-0006-D)
Can be used in the Apple ][, Apple ][ plus, Apple //e and even in the Apple IIGS.

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Price: $25.00

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Apple I/O Controller or Apple 5.25 Drive Controller Card

This is the card used to control the Apple 5.25 Drive, UniDisk and DuoDisk 5 1/4"drives.

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Apple 820-5003-A, Stamped on card 655-0101- One in picture is a Rev. C

External 19 pin D (DB-19) connector. Connector cable included.

Used in Apple ][, ][ Plus & //e. Connect two drives to this card by daisy chaining them together!

Later revisions renamed this card to Apple 5.25 Drive Controller, the numbers remain the same, and you may receive either one depending on availability.

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Price: $35.00

Apple II 80-Column Text Card Manual

For //e only

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Apple II 80-Column Text Card Manual, Apple # 030-0408-A, 030-1200-A. As part of the package, there is also included the Errata to the Apple II 80-Column Text Card Manual, Apple #031-0408-A

Manuals appear to be identical, but published in different countries. The manual you receive may any of these.

This 72 page manual covers how to install and activate as well as how to use it with your operating system - Pascal, CP/M and BASIC. For use with the Apple IIe 80-Column Text Card, # 820-0065-A.

Available with or without Apple 80-Column Text Card purchase. Note that the Cards are all used, but there are manuals in various conditions, including New.

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Apple II Extended 80-Column Text Card Supplement

For //e only

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First there was the Apple II 80-Column Text Card, then Apple added 64K to it and called it the Apple II Extended 80-Column Text Card or AIIE 80COL/64K Memory Expansion (#820-0067-B).

Apple II Extended 80-Column Text Card Supplement Apple #031-0496-A or 030-1202-A. Manuals appear to be identical, but published in different countries. The manual you receive may any of these.

This 59 page manual covers how to use the extra memory for more features, storage or as a developer. Used in conjunction with the Apple II 80-Column Text Card Manual.

Supplement available with or without the 80-Column/64K card purchase, and/or the Apple II 80-Column Text Card Manual in matching condition.

Also pictured are the two versions of the jumper block instructions that came with the card. I only have a couple of these, so will include one only with the purchase of all three items, Extended 80-Column Card, Supplement and Manual.

These manuals are in Very Good to Like New condition.

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Apple IIc Motherboard

A2S4000 & A2S4100

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Apple IIc Motherboard. Introduced in 1984, the Motherboard went through several changes during it's life.

There are a total of 4 different ROMs plus a serial port timing fix. Select below:

A) ROM 255 - the original.

B ) A serial port timing fix was available for affected IIc's having modem communication issues by installing an oscillator into the motherboard instead of the 74LS161 chip at location C6 on the motherboard. (pictured)

C) ROM 0 - added Unidisk 3.5 support among other things and was a ROM chip swap plus a motherboard modification. *This also added this ability to run a self test so that you know which of the 16 RAM chips went bad.

D) ROM 3 - added a memory expansion socket and a redesigned motherboard. This came with the new keyboard in 1986.

E) ROM 4 - a ROM update to fix the memory expansion bugs in the ROM 3 motherboard.

***Photos are for illustration only and NOT what you will receive***

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Price: from $50.00

Apple IIe 80 Column Text Card

1981

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View your screen in 80 columns instead of 40! The Apple IIe 80 Column Text Card dates to 1981, Apple 820-0066-A, 607-0102-(x).

Card available with or without the //e 80-Column Text Card Manual.

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Apple IIe Motherboard

Choose one

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Apple IIe motherboard 820-0064/607-0164 or 820-0087/607-0187. Pictured are a 1984 (the second Rev A) enhanced motherboard with 8 soldered RAM chips and a 1986 Rev D board with 2 RAM chips.

***Photos are representative and for illustration and NOT what you will receive.***

The 1982 boards (820-0064/607-0164) came in Rev A, B and C that I am aware of. Rev B is the most common that I have seen. They may have socketed or soldered memory chips. An enhancement kit was available from Apple.

Starting with the 1984 boards the part number changed to 820-0087/607-0187 (they used Rev A again for some reason), all were enhanced and had soldered RAM in some configuration. Boards from 1986 and 1986/87 carry the same part number. I have seen Rev A, D, E and F.

All the revisions had some changes, but all will fit in any year or model of Apple IIe. The Platinum IIe came out in 1987 so would have come with a 1986 or 1986/87 motherboard.

Select below from the current offerings:

A) 1982 Rev B. Socketed RAM chips. Unenhanced

B) 1982 Rev B. Soldered RAM chips. Unenhanced

C) 1986 Rev E

D) 1986/87 Rev F

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Apple Super Serial Card II

Allows you to add a Printer or a Modem to your Apple II

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1981 Apple Super Serial Card II

670-0020- (Rev. C on card pictured). 820-0046-D

Used in the Apple ][, ][+, and //e computers with an RS-232-C serial interface. Popular uses for this card are connecting an ImageWriter or ImageWriter II printer or modems, terminals, and other devices. Can be used in the IIGS, but that has serial ports built in. This card would also be used for networking with printers or other Apple II and Macintosh computers.

Available manuals are the Apple II Super Serial Card User's Manual (1985) and the (1981) Apple II Super Serial Card Installation and Operating Manual.

Previous collector removed the short card interface cable from the card for easier storage, I may run across them yet...If you are replacing an existing Super Serial Card, you won't need the cable. Available with and without the card to port interface cable. The card interface cable goes from the card (10 pin plug) to the back of the computer where it fastens into one of the openings, becoming a 25 pin port for the printer/modem cable to plug into.

You will need an additional cable (not included) to go from the back of the computer to your particular device - a printer, modem or other serial device.

Note: Item pictured is representative, the actual item you receive may be a different revision or serial number or even have different colored dip switch blocks..

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Apricorn Graphics Printer Interface

For Apple II

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Not all printer cards will print graphics, but this one does! Apricorn parallel printer card for the Apple ][, ][+, //e and IIGS. Lets you use popular non-Apple printers with your Apple II computer. Manual is available.

I don't have the cable for the card, so it is untested and Sold as-is.

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Apricorn Parallel Printer Interface Card

For the Apple IIe

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Apricorn parallel printer card PN 1300-30A or 1300-30B. The B card doesn't have DIP switches and has a lot less printing on the card. This card lets you use popular non-Apple printers with your Apple ][, ][+, //e and IIGS computer. One box is available.

I don't have the cable for the card, so it is untested and Sold as-is.

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Digicard D-NET Networking Card

Network your Apple II's

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This is a networking card for the Apple II family. It may only work on a Digicard Server, which I do not have. The card is untested. Update: remaining inventory will ship without the interface cable shown.

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Price: $5.00

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Epson APL Parallel Printer Card (Apple II)

Use printers other than ImageWriters

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Epson parallel printer interface card for the Apple ][, ][ plus, //e and IIGS. This card will allow you to use parallel printers such as the Epson MX-80 with your Apple II.

Card cable connector is 16 pins. The cables typically passed through the Apple II case from the card directly to the printer. Cable (not included) would be a 16 pin to a Centronics 36 (CN36). Such as this one.

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Price: $20.00

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Grappler + Plus Printer Interface Card

For your Apple II

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The Grappler + is one of the most popular and well known parallel printer interface card for the Apple II series. It prints text as well as HIRES graphics. It can be used to allow most Centronics parallel printers to work with the Apple ][, ][ plus, //e and IIGS.

I have long and short versions of this card.

Available as card only, card with genuine Grappler cable, and card with generic cable. Cables go from the card through the back of the Apple II to the Centronics port on the printer.

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Grappler Printer Interface Card

With cable!

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The original 1981 Grappler Interface from Orange Micro. It prints text as well as HIRES graphics. This card will allow you to use parallel printers with your Apple ][, ][ plus, //e and IIGS. Included Orange Micro cable connects the card directly to a printer.

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Price: $19.99

Mag 80E Slotware 80 Column Card

View 80 columns instead of 40!

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Mag 80E Slotware by Microtek. This 1983 card gives your //e 80 columns on the screen instead of 40.

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Price: $20.00

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Micromax Printmax Parallel Printer Card

For the Apple ][ family

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1982 Printmax parallel printer card by Micromax. This card will allow you to use parallel printers with a centronics interface with your Apple ][, ][ plus, //e and IIGS.

Card cable connector is 20 pins. The cable typically passes through the Apple II case from the card directly to the printer. Cable (not included) would be a 20 pin to a Centronics 36 (CN36).

I don't have a cable for this card, so it is untested and Sold as-is.

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Price: $9.99

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Microtek Dumpling GX Parallel Printer Card

Sold!

For the Apple ][ family

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Microtek Dumpling - GX is a high resolution graphics printer interface card for the Apple II and clones such as Franklin. This card lets you print HIRES graphics on popular non-Apple printers with your Apple ][+, //e and IIGS computer.

Two versions of the card are available.
925B includes a cable that goes from the card to the centronics port on a parallel printer.
925A includes a cable from the card to a DB25 female connector - you would then need a regular parallel printer cable (not included) to attach to this cable and the printer.
Drop me a note on the checkout page if you have a preference.

Remaining is 925B with cable, no box - last two photos.

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Price: $24.99

Microtek RV611 Parallel Printer Card

For the Apple ][ family

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This Microtek parallel printer card lets you use popular non-Apple printers with your Apple ][, ][+, //e and IIGS computer.

Can be purchased with or without printer cable.

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Parallel Printer Card for the Apple II

Made in the USA

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This parallel printer card doesn't have a manufacturer's name, but does have a number - 200-10290 REV B. It was made in the USA.

Card is available with and without a printer cable.

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ProGrappler Printer Interface Card

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Apple IIGS and II series

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The ProGrappler was designed with the Apple IIGS in mind but will work on the ][, ][+ and //e as well. In addition to the features of the Grappler +, the ProGrappler features a IIGS Screen Shot utility and installs a desk accessory you can access through the Control Panel. Works with most popular parallel printers.

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Q System Print Server Card Sequential Systems

For the Apple II series

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This rare Sequential Systems Q system printer card is used as a printer server for up to 4 computers in the Apple II family. Each //e, for example, would need it's own Q - Print or compatible card and cable to go to the Q - System card residing in one of them. Then one cable would go out to the printer. More information can be found at http://www.decodesystems.com/help-wanted/sequential-boards.html

Card is currently untested and Sold as-is.

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Q-Print II Parallel Printer Interface Card

For Apple II Series

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Q-Print II. High speed parallel printer interface card for the Apple ][, ][ , //e and IIGS. Use non-Apple printers with this popular Grappler compatible card from Sequential Systems.

One box available and parallel printer cable available.

NOTE: some of these cards do not have dip switches, so you may receive either.

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Q-Print Parallel Printer Interface Card

Apple II Series

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Q-Print parallel printer card by Sequential Systems. This card lets you use popular non-Apple printers with your Apple ][, ][+, //e and IIGS computer.

Available with and without cable. Cable goes from the card, through the back of the Apple II, and attaches to the Centronics port on the printer.

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SMT Image Perfect Parallel Printer Card

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High Res. Graphics

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This 1985 parallel printer interface card by SMT handles HIRES graphics with ease. The Image Perfect card lets you use popular non-Apple printers with your Apple ][, ][+, //e and IIGS computer. Comes with box and interface cable (not pictured) which runs from the card through the back of the Apple II and connects to the centronics port on the printer.

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Transwarp GS Accelerator

Warp Speed!

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Applied Engineering Transwarp GS or TWGS

AE said it best! Computing at Warp Speed. It’s an experience you shouldn’t miss. And definitely a must have for every Apple IIGS user. There are still many modifications available for this card - some report speeds of up to 18 MHz.

Pulled from a working ROM 1 IIGS, this TransWarp GS Accelerator works great! I think it is an original, unmodified card, so it would be 7MHz. Also included is an original User’s Manual.

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Price: $650.00

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Vista Computer A800 8″ Disk Controller Card and Chip

Sold Out!

Rare card for the Apple ][ family.

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Vista A800 8" drive controller card with version 3.0 and 3.1 Boot Chips. The 3.1 Boot Chip is still in it's sealed package! I had a hard time figuring out what this card was, but I knew it was for the Apple II. These are probably as hard to find as the 8" disk drives they were used to control. I don't have any 8" drives, so the card and chip are sold as-is, untested.

Driver is here for use with the PCPI Applicard or StarCard: http://www.math.purdue.edu/~wilker/misc/DEVEL/0008/VISTA-DI.ASM

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