A Matter of RAM
I am not sure if this subject has been touched upon or not, but as I was driving back home from the store this morning (pondering the universe as we know it), I wondered why there is a limit on the amount of RAM accessable on an Apple II?
I know that somewhere I have read that the IIgs can only access 8 Meg of RAM.
Most RAM cards are 256 K to 1 Meg, with the exception of 1 AE Card that has 1 Meg Main RAM with a daughterboard of another 1 Meg.
Apple II users have made great strides the last 15 years with Mass Storage, Speed, and many other areas, except the RAM Limit.
I would be interested to hear the thoughts of everyone about this subject.
Is there a way to access RAM greater than 1, or 2 Meg on an Apple II, II Plus, or IIe?
Is there a way to access RAM Greater than 8 Meg on a IIgs?
Is there anyone trying to develope a RAM Card like this, with say maybe 1 Gig?
Wouldn't a 1 or 2 Gig Accessable RAM Card for the Apple II Series be nice?