Apple IIc
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Apple IIc

Apple released the Apple IIc in April 1984, billing it as a portable Apple II, because it could be easily carried, though unlike modern portables it lacked a built-in display and battery. The IIc even sported a carrying handle that folded down to prop the machine up into a typing position. It was the first of three Apple II models to be made in the Snow White design language, and the only one that used its unique creamy off-white color. The Apple IIc featured a built-in 5.25-inch floppy drive and 128 KB RAM, with a built-in disk controller that could control external drives, composite video (NTSC or PAL), serial interfaces for modem and printer, and a port usable by either a joystick or mouse. Unlike previous Apple II models, the IIc had no internal expansion slots at all, this being the means by which its compact size was attained. Third parties did eventually figure out how to wedge up to 1 MB of additional memory and a real-time clock into the machine, and a later revision of the motherboard provided an expansion slot that could accept an Apple memory card bearing up to 1 MB of RAM. The disk port, originally intended for a second 5.25-inch floppy drive, eventually was able to interface to 3.5-inch disk drives and (via third parties) even hard disks.

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Apple IIc
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Apple IIc – General information

Overview
IntroducedApril 1984
DiscontinuedAugust 1988
Order NumberA2S4100
Price$1,295
ColorsFog
Weight7.5 Ibs.
3.401 KG
Dimensions2.5” H x 12” W x 11.5” D
6.35 cm H 30.48 cm W x 29.21 cm D
Hardware
ProcessorMOS Technology 65C02
Processor Speed1 MHz
Architecture8-bit
Number of Cores1
System Bus1 MHz
StorageNone
Built-in Memory128 KB
Maximum Memory128 (Revision 1-2)
1.12 MB (Revision 3-4)
Memory Slots1 – 34-pin Memory Expansion Card (Revision 3-4)
ROM16 KB or 32 KB
Software
SoftwareApple ProDOS 8
FirmwareApplesoft BASIC
Connections
Serial2 – DIN-5
Floppy Port1 – DB-19
Game1 – DE-9
Audio Out1 – 3.5-mm analog output jack
1 – Built-in speaker
Display Connection1 – RCA composite video output
1 – DB-15
External Resolution40 x 48 (15 colors)
280 x 192 (6 colors)
80 x 48 (15 colors)
560 x 192 (15 colors)
Text Display40-column text, 24-lines or 80-column text, 24-lines
Expansion SlotsNone
MediaBuilt-in 140 KB 5.25-inch floppy drive
Accesories
KeyboardBuilt-in 63-key uppercase and lowercase keyboard
Power
Maximum Continuous Power25 W (external power supply)
18 W (internal converter)
Line Voltage105 – 129V AC
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