Microsoft RAMCard

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The RAMCard from Microsoft was an expansion card for the Apple II that expanded the Apple's capability with 16K RAM, converting it from a 48K system to a 64K system.

The RAMCard was an accessory for Microsoft's SoftCard, a plug-in Apple II processor card developed by Microsoft to turn the computer into a CP/M system based upon the Zilog Z80 CPU.

Date : 1980

Manufacturer : Microsoft Consumer Products

Format : Expansion Board

Physical Description : Expansion board

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH67217. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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