For use with an Apple III monitor
This stand, Apple 815-0540, is used to go between the monitor and Apple II, II+ or IIe computer. Designed originally to support a Monitor III with the IIe, it also works great and is added protection when using a color monitor.
*** Stand pictured is for illustration only and shown with a smaller Monitor II which was designed to fit perfectly on a IIe - no stand needed. ***
Stands may or may not have scuffs, scrapes and some or no feet and some discoloration - all are beige, not platinum
Stand only, Apple //e and monitor pictured are not included.
Briefcase or carrying bag.
Made for the IIc, this bag can be used to carry everything you need to make your IIc portable except a monitor. It has an outside pocket for manuals or papers and mesh pockets inside for disks, etc. A 2 part power adapter area keeps it all secure. Of course, a IIc Plus will also fit nicely.
Bag only, computer sold separately.
Keep the dust out!
A nice looking way to keep the dust out of your Apple IIe keyboard! This cover will not work with the extended keyboard on the Platinum //e (built in numeric keypad).
The last cover in stock does have more scratches than the one pictured and you can tell there was sticker in the center. So, pictures are representative and the one you receive will show a little more scratches.
New and Sealed! Model EG63SAC
The Intermatic Electronics Surge Protector, Model EG63SAC. Features an audible alarm and screws into a grounded wall outlet in place of the cover. Then you have 6 protected outlets, 3 on each side to guard against electrical surges and spikes. Protects up to 6000 Surge Volts and 400 Clamping Volts. New and sealed.
For the color monitors
Made for the Apple IIc, Apple A2M4027, stamped 8301-700-0, is used to support color monitors such as the ColorMonitor IIc or AppleColor Composite Monitor IIc. Snow white in color to match the IIc.
Apple II Monitor Stand, A2M4029, 815-1071, is a 3 piece platinum stand that was marketed towards both the IIc and the IIGS. For the same IIc monitors above or the AppleColor RGB Monitor for the IIGS. The illustrations suggest using it with the extenders for a IIc so the computer will fit under the lip of the stand, and without the extenders on a IIGS - two 3.5 drives can then fit side by side between the computer and monitor.
With the extensions, the A2M4029 sits approx 1" higher than the A2M4027. Both stands will work on either the IIc or the IIGS.
Stand only, monitors pictured are not included.
A2M4027 - good condition, may have scuffs and marks.
A2M4029 - looks unused and comes in it's original box. Included is a printed copy of the documentation that would have come with it.
Power Center and Surge Suppressor!
The Kensington System Saver for the Apple IIGS is truly that. Manufactured to fit on top of the IIGS and under the monitor, the fan draws air up through the computer to keep it cool as well as protected with the built-in surge suppressor. Four power sockets in the back are also the perfect number - the computer and monitor plug into the first two sockets and are controlled by the Master switch. A printer and hard drive typically plug into the other two sockets and are controlled with the Aux switch. Leave everything individually turned on and use the 2 switches in the System Saver to power things up and down. When you go to use the IIGS, press the Aux button first, wait while the hard drive spins up and the press the Master button.
The foam seal on the bottom of this System Saver has been replaced and on this unit only, the Aux button will not power on until the Master button is on.
Computer and monitor in last photo are for illustration only and not included.