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Apple II language Card

The Apple Language Card was designed by Wendell Sander, and was one of the first Apple cards available for the Apple II. it was released in 1979 with the Apple Pascal Language system. The Language Card provided an Autostart ROM F8 to earlier Apple systems that did not have the F8 boot ROM installed, allowing an Apple II to boot from a Disk Drive; and also provided an extra 16K of RAM to a fully expanded 48K Apple to bring the total memory available to 64k.

Date : 1979

Manufacturer : Apple

Format : Expansion Board

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH42325. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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