|Name||Apple IIe Enhanced|
|Manufacturer||Apple Computer Inc. (Apple) (USA)||Type||Desktop|
|Production start (mm-yyyy)||3 - 1985||Production end (mm-yyyy)||12 - 1986|
|CPU||65c02 - 1.02273 Mhz|
|Operating System||AppleDOS 3.3, ProDOS, CP/M (with Z80 card)|
|Text (Cols x Rows)||40/80 x 24|
|Graphics||40x40-48@16 colors; 280x160-192@6 colors; 560x160-192@2 colors|
|Storage memory||Floppy 140 Kb|
|Serial port||Parallel port|
|Original price||Currency original price||0 LIT|
|Note||It appears to make the IIe more closely compatible with the Apple IIc and II Plus.
Firstly it appear like a upgrade kit (for previous IIe owners) consisted of four chips that were swapped in the motherboard:
For those who purchased the Enhanced IIe new, there were modifications to the appearance of the keyboard, including a darker color to the keys, a smaller size to the characters on the keys, a change to black color for that text, and movement of the character to the upper part of the key.
Also, the power light had the word "Enhanced" or "65c02" added to it, to help distinguish it from the original Apple IIe. (This sticker was also included in the upgrade kit).
If you want to leave a comment, please log in.
At the moment no comments, do you want to write the first?
Are there some errors? Do you have other info? .