Apple III

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.

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Released1980

CPU/Clock speed:6502A/2 MHz - 8-Bit

ROM:16 KB

RAM:64 (512) KB

Display:TV/RGB

Text display:80*24

Resolution:560*192 16 colours

Colours:16

Sound:6-Bit DAC Sound

Operating system:compatibel with Apple 2

Languages:Basic, Pascal, Fortran, SuperPILOT,
Logo, 6502 Assembler

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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