|Model||Apple IIe - A2S2128|
|Serial Number||3A2S2 E7251GMA2S2128|
|Processor / Clock Speed||6502 / 1 Mhz|
|RAM Base / RAM Maximum||64K / 128K|
|Operating System||ROM BASIC|
|Display / Resolution||Composite video / 40x24 text and 40x48 pixel graphics|
|Expansion||Internal card slots|
A classic personal computer that was widely produced. What really prompted me into action on this machine was that it was featured in the TV series Lost, as the mysterious component in an underground science bunker.
I have a hard to find guide to using Applesoft BASIC replicated at this site since the original as marked in the guide is no longer available.
|Full view of the system. It happens to be showing the code numbers from the series "LOST" where an old Apple II is featured.|
|The ROM Basic boot screen.|
|The back panel with connections on upper row for: floppy disk, mouse, and on lower row: video, casette tape storage, power.|
|With the case cover removed, the internal slots are revealed. The right card is a floppy disk controller. The left card is for a serial mouse.|
|The right card is a floppy disk controller. The left card is for a serial mouse.|
|The ID plate on the bottom.|