: The Apple ][ Information Resource

Reference Pages: Apple II Hardware [ Interface Cards ]


Manufacturer: Production/Release Dates
Apple Computer, Inc. 1983 Unreleased


The same Apple Disk ][ Controller but with the IWM (Incredible Woz Machine) reducing chip count from 8 to 3. It was probably cheaper to make the card the other way since this was never released. The standard Disk ][ controller was sold until 1994 when the Apple Catalog folded. Designed in 1979, sold until 1994. Not bad for computer hardware!
 Compatibility: Any Apple II/Compatible Slot    

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This is a scratch page for what I would like to be able to do. The site should be fairly simple to get going this way once a working template is produced. I would like to be able to have a way of having the BACK and NEXT (As well as the catagory buttons, but the catagory is not that hard to 'hardwire') work in such a manner that all I would have to do is add another page with a sucessive number and it just pick up on it, but since HTML has no IF/THEN/ELSE qualities I suppose that is more a dream than anything else. If you have any ideas please email me. I am also interested in any help anyone would like to give toward getting this site up and running. The vendor information link would take you to a page similar to this but be about the history of the company itself, what they are doing today, (some still exist, Videx, Franklin, Orange Micro.. AST.. ), when they went out of business, what happened to the product lines, etc. Anything/Everything that would pertain. These individual pages will be linked to from each other and from a table of contents that will be selectable from the main catagory down to sub catagories which will then product the table of content for each catagory, (EG: For this card you would see "Disk Drives and Releated", listed under it would be, essentially a directory listing (like an index file on an FTP directory) only that it will have links within. This concept will be modified as needs indicate. For example, for the peripheral cards, software and manuals this is probably adiquate but for the system descriptions it may not be enough.