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Apple IIe

The Apple IIe is the third model of the Apple II series of computers. The e stands for Enhanced to emphasize several upgrades from earlier models. The main upgrade is the full ASCII characters set and the ability to use lower-case letters on the keyboard. The keyboard also included editing keys and four-way cursor control keys. The infamous REPT key had been removed, keys now repeated themselves after prolonged hold down.

The machine came with 64KByte of RAM standard, and had extra slots for adding more RAM that could be acessed through a bank switching scheme.

By Apple CPU MOS 6502 @1.023MHz Memory 64K RAM, 1M Max Sound 1-bit sound Sprites none Display 80x48 16 colors, 560x192 16 colors Display Chip none Sound Chip none CPU Class 6502 Developed by Apple
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