A2S2064 APPLE IIe Personal Computer. Packaged and stored in 1996, opened in January 2016 Original boxes and packing Apple IIe model A2S2064 Magnum 80Me Extended 80-Column card w/64K of auxiliary RAM +Original box. Grappler + Printer Interface card buffer board + Original box. Mouse Interface Card Revision B Enhancement kit installed 12-27-84 Monitor III model A3M0039 Apple Dot Matrix C. Itoh printer Prowriter model 8510A.
Kensington System Saver (fan surge protector) Joystick Model #A2M2002 w/original box 1982 Apple Mouse II mode M0100 w/original packing List 1982 Software: D0S3.3 1# Apple disk drives, original boxes installation manuals 1# Apple iie 80 Column text card new in box. The actual owner bought it in January 1983 from Team Electronics. These boxes are the original boxes the computer came in with the original packing slips.I consider myself lucky to have been there to receive it. This version of the Apple IIe was introduced in March of 1985. It involved changes to make the IIe more closely compatible with The Apple IIc and II Plus. The upgrade kit (for previous IIe owners) consisted of four chips that were swapped in the motherboard: The 65c02 processor, with more assembly language opcodes, replaced the 6502; two more chips with Applesoft and Monitor ROM changes; and the fourth chip was a character generator ROM that included graphics characters (first introduced on the IIc) called MouseText. The Enhanced IIe ROM changes fixed most of the known problems with the IIe 80-column firmware, and made it possible to enter Applesoft and Monitor commands in lower-case. The older 80-column routines were slower than most software developers wanted; they disabled interrupts for too long a time. Also, there were problems in making Applesoft work properly with the 80-column routines.
These problems were solved with the newer ROMs. Apple IIe Enhanced keyboard and power light.
Also, the power light had the word Enhanced added to it, to help distinguish it from the original Apple IIe. (This sticker was also included in the upgrade kit). Monitor changes also included a return of the mini-assembler, absent since the days of Integer BASIC. It was activated by entering a!Command in the Monitor, instead of a jump to a memory location as in the older Apple II. Features also added included the ability to enter ASCII characters directly into memory, and an S command to make it possible to search memory for a byte sequence. However, the L command to disassemble 6502 code still did not handle the new 65c02 opcodes as did the IIc disassembler. Applesoft was modified in the Enhanced IIe ROMs to let commands such as GET, HTAB, TAB, SPC, and comma tabbing work properly in 80-column mode. The item "RARE# A2S2064 APPLE IIe Personal Computer original box & Apple brochures 1982" is in sale since Thursday, September 29, 2016. This item is in the category "Computers/Tablets & Networking\Vintage Computing\Vintage Manuals & Merchandise". The seller is "bocaraton-2013" and is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. This item can be shipped to United States.