Items (65 total)

The 8-bit Zilog Z80 microprocessor onboard the Osborne 1 motherboard.

The two internal, single sided 5¼-inch floppy disk drives for the Osborne 1, located on the left and right sides of the CRT display.

Osborne advertised the drives as holding 102 KB each.

The internal 5¼-inch drive for the Apple IIc. The drive reads 140 KB, single sided disks.

The 8-bit microprocessor onboard the Apple IIc motherboard. This is a CMOS modification of the MOS 6502 microprocessor, with a larger instruction set and lower power consumption.

The motherboard for the Apple IIc, Revision 3. This revision adds a 34-Pin memory card expansion slot, and contains Revision 3 of the ROM firmware. The revision is also termed Memory Expansion Apple IIc.

Manufacture dates for this revision were…

Wrench, screws, nut plates and assorted assembling parts for the Apple IIe computer.

Internal power supply for the Apple IIe.

An RCA connector, likely used for connecting Apple II computers to monitor.

This joystick typically connects to the IIe or IIc systems through a 9-Pin connector.

The power adapter for the Apple IIc computer.

The default 80-column text display card for the Apple IIe System. This card could be replaced by cards providing a higher column count or expanded RAM.