Apple II processor cards

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Apple II processor cards (or co-processor cards) were special cards that could be used to allow the Apple II to use different processors on the (otherwise) same computer hardware. This allowed other operating systems to run on the Apple II.

Here are some processors that were available on coprocessor cards for the Apple II:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Microsoft Softcard, Microsoft Consumer Products. (1980), A2Info.Net
  2. ^ ALF Products newsletter, 1983, ALF Alpha 5. Retrieved 2013-04-13.
  3. ^ Two new 16bit processor cards turn Apples into IBM PCs, By David Needle, 12 Apr 1982 InfoWorld
  4. ^ The Mill by Stellation Two
  5. ^ Romance of the Entrepreneur, The Capitol of Romance
  6. ^ "THE MILL" carte 6809 de STELLATION TWO, HACK Z APPLE, Collection Apple II
  7. ^ James Hinds, CHIEF DESIGNER & PRESIDENT, Stellation Two, Inc. 1/1980-6/1985 – invented, designed and produced THE MILL and Vitamill coprocessor circuit boards for Apple // computers for this manufacturer of hardware and publisher of software for Apple // Computers.
  8. ^ Apple II 68008 Co Processorcard project

See also[edit]

Apple II peripheral cards