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PostPosted: Thu Mar 22, 2007 1:02 pm    Post subject: recently added to the collection Reply with quote

ITT 2020

the computer (europlus) was licensed by Apple



http://www.mandrake.demon.co.uk/Apple/itt2020.html
http://www.silicium.org/apple/clones/itt2020.htm

ITT 2020 manual
http://www.apple-iigs.info/doc/docii.htm
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Apple IIgs rom1 ( 1986 )



cards :
Apple IIgs ram card fully loaded
RamFast SCSI card revD
custom card controlling the fan
Apple video overlay card

introducing the : Video Overlay card
the only limit is your imagination

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Apple IIc plus ( 1988 )



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_IIc_Plus

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Lisa 2/5 with profile
keyboard and lisa mouse
keyboard layouts
orginal boxed software
lisa owners manual



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_Lisa


finding and buying the original Lisa with "twiggy" floppy drives is one of my wishes or ... a dream ....
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 24, 2007 3:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

He applefreak,

fine ones! I like the Apple //c Plus (is it a 400k or 800k 3.5 inch drive init?).

Question And the ITT was licensed? Is the silver coloring made by the fabric?

Question The Apple IIgs - can you plug an external SCSI hard drive to it with that card ?

Thank you for the Manual Link - good one...

The Lisa... I wish to have one... ommmm I wish to have one...
does she live ? The yellow battery pack on the right corner of the lisa board - is it a PRAM battery? Huge...
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 24, 2007 9:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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the Apple //c Plus (is it a 400k or 800k 3.5 inch drive init?

Built-in storage
ï Internal 3.5 floppy drive
ï 800 kB, double-sided
ï Motorized ejection/auto-injection

the Apple IIc Plus was only sold in the USA, the power supply is intern, so it's 110V

the Apple logo at the top left is missing
bought some other apple stuff from ebay seller "VintageMicros"
he send me the apple logo replacement for free ! !
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 24, 2007 11:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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And the ITT was licensed? Is the silver coloring made by the fabric?

i think it was the unique lisensed Apple II clone by Apple

the silver coloring is made by fabric
there are some scratches at the top of the case
with the help of a color fabricant : they can determine the exact topcoating and the primer coating and they also can remake the composition of the coatings
after taking apart and removing the old coating layers they can renewing primer and topcoat .....

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The Apple IIgs - can you plug an external SCSI hard drive to it with that card ?

i still have to test the functions - the IIgs works -

http://www.apple-iigs.info/
it's a great site, with many downloadable data, systems, manuals ...

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The Lisa... I wish to have one... ommmm I wish to have one...
does she live ? The yellow battery pack on the right corner of the lisa board - is it a PRAM battery? Huge...

the Lisa is working fine



the most critical element of a lisa is the "winchester" hard drive (intern or profile), to be sure using the lisa after the HD is dead i bought some X/profile cards and some other parts (video boards, power supplys, 400k disk drives, ..)
X/profile :
http://sigmasevensystems.com/xprofile#about

that's the clock battery, if it also helps remember other settings id do not know, the lisa 2/10 doesn't have sutch a battery pack

Year 2000 : it's simply not possible to set the clock right
Mr. Green - did Apple wish the Lisa a short live ? - Mr. Green
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 24, 2007 2:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I still try to find the "Apple II Interface" for driving my ProFile
on an Apple //e. Hard to find Interface (for a price that is affordable).







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Year 2000 : it's simply not possible to set the clock right


to funny - maybe someone knows that they internally oxidize...
fine she¥s working.
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