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Apple IIe Platinum Edition


Description
Manufacturer Apple Computer Corporation
Model Apple IIe Platinum
Date Announced 1987
Date Canceled 1993
Number Produced Hundreds of thousands
Country of Origin USA
Price $??
Current Value $0-$50
Specifications
Processor MOS 65C02
Speed 1 MHz
RAM 128K
ROM 16K ?
Storage 5.25" or 3.5" floppy drive
Expansion 8 slots
Bus Apple
Video Apple II video: 140x192, 280x192 and others, 16 colors, TV or composite monitor
I/O Parallel, Serial
OS Options Apple DOS, ProDOS, CP/M with Z80 card
Notes The Apple Platinum IIe was the last available Apple ][ machine. It was basically a melding of the technology of the Apple IIe and the Apple //c with a numeric keypad added to the keyboard.
Related Items in Collection External floppy drives, some manuals, Apple ][ software plus other Apple ][ class computers including Apple IIe Platinum and Apple //c
Related Items Wanted Additional documentation, software and cards.


The Apple IIe Platinum was the big brother to the standard Apple IIe. It had an added numeric keypad and a few other features that set it apart from the other models.

Interior of the Apple IIe Platinum Edition

The interior of the Apple IIe Platinum Edition.

Thank you to Sellam Ismail who donated this machine.


(Submitted June 30, 2011 10:21:21 by kevinmacman)

Just upgraded a customer to a mac pro and he has kindly donated his Apple II2e screen and 2 disks and oki line8 printer not sure if it works yet would donate to a good home as we have one in our mac museum already


(Submitted April 14, 2011 13:24:10 by michael weaser)

I am looking for a apple IIe platinum with everything in good condition with software and the operating system disks. I would like it donated to me. please email at michaelweaser@gmail.com if you can


(Submitted February 13, 2011 02:32:53 by Edi G.)

Hi i got 1 unit of IIe + monitor all original, dont know if its working or not.

thanks Edi


(Submitted July 26, 2010 13:17:29 by Haze)

i have a friend that is looking to buy and apple 2c or a 2e. for the right price.


(Submitted April 14, 2010 21:56:03 by hbg)

i'm from China. do you need apple II i have some. if you need. contact me hubaoguang@gmail.com


(Submitted August 30, 2008 08:55:23 by Diane)

I have an Apple IIe in working condition, one 5.25 drive, an Apple print, and a box of cards (disk drive, memory, fingerprint).

If anyone is in need of these items, please contact me.


(Submitted January 14, 2008 15:35:27 by Chris)

i have plenty of these systems, i do have one with an after market card with a whole 1m of memory. i also have plenty of expantion cards. a modem, sound card, ethernet card, video card!, printer cards, floppy cards, and other random cards, please make an offer


(Submitted December 20, 2007 12:26:19 by Sean McElligott)

I am looking to buy apple IIe platinum if you have one for sail email me at dlks75@att.net


(Submitted January 26, 2007 01:17:48 by apple man)

i have several 65XX CPUs with a motorola logo on them so i would like to say micheal brown is wrong apple just bought CPUs from whom ever sold them cheapest or had more on hand at the time in stock i have seen at least 4 logos on my 65XX model CPUs as I have many because I use the apple for a lot of stuff and motorola is the only company still making the 6502 and c02


(Submitted December 19, 2006 11:46:43 by Michael Brown)

Correction on the processor. Motorola was not involved with the 65xx line. The 65C02 was a CMOS version of the 6502 created by Western Digital Design, so properly this is a WDC 65C02. See the article on Wikipedia about it.


(Submitted November 11, 2005 23:54:07 by PUX)

What's wrong, Steve? Are you feeling lonely?


(Submitted October 22, 2005 07:00:15 by Steve Jobs)

The icon will come up but go no further? What the hell are you talking about? You must be talking about a 128K Mac. I find it hard to believe that you have an Apple I motherboard. You, Sir, are an idiot. The 128K Mac was not sold in the mid-70's. Try mid-80's. Damn, you are stupid!


(Submitted July 18, 2005 08:04:48 by Erik)

Regarding the Apple I - there are some serious issues with the post.

The Apple I had no keyboard, mouse or disk drive and there were no mice on PCs (especially Apple products) in the mid-1970s

I'm guessing you have an original Mac from the mid 1980s, but that's just a guess.

Feel free to email me with pictures and/or a more detailed description.


(Submitted July 16, 2005 09:21:56 by Richard Wells)

We have a vintage Apple model 1 (one)from the early 70's. Model# 000000001...It has not been used since mid-70's, and it still works fine. trouble is, we do not have the floppies that fit this machine, only later model apple floppies that will not activate this computer. The icon will come-up but will go no further. Keyboard and mouse still intact. We would like to find an interested party to make a resonable offer. we live in North Hampton, Ohio. Please reply if there is any interest out there in the ether.


(Submitted April 28, 2005 10:24:10 by Erik)

Unfortunately the machine was put into storage shortly after I got it but before I could photograph it.

I'll take some good pictures as soon as I get the beast out of storage! :)


(Submitted April 28, 2005 09:15:38 by (a href=mailto:)Austin(/a))

It says that its platinum. If its so platinum wheres the picture for it

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