The successor of the Apple II was not very successfull. Problems
with the production were not the best publicity the machine could get.
Most people preferred the Apple II so Apple decided to continue the II
series rather than enhancing the Apple III.
CPU/Clock speed:6502A/2 MHz - 8-Bit
RAM:64 (512) KB
Resolution:560*192 16 colours
Sound:6-Bit DAC Sound
Operating system:compatibel with Apple 2
Languages:Basic, Pascal, Fortran, SuperPILOT,
Interfaces:RGB, Expansion, 2*Joystick, 4*Disknlaufwerk, s/w Monitor
Storage:Cassette, Disk (3.5"", eingeb.: 5.25""), Hard disk
Keyboard:Typewriter, 73 keys
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