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AIO Serial and Parallel Apple Interface

The AIO Serial and Parallel Apple Interface from SSM Microcomputer Products allows the user to connect an external parallel or serial driven device, like a terminal or printer, to the Apple II computer. The AIO uses two software controllable LSI (Large Scale Integration) chips for the parallel and serial interfaces to give the user maximum flexibility in configuring to system needs.

The included manual covers cable connections; serial and parallel setup; sample applications; use of included firmware and software; troubleshooting; and software listings and schematics.

Date : 1979

Manufacturer : SSM Microcomputer Products

Format : Expansion Board

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH42992. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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