I have been reading the forum and gained some knowledge from the discussions about the finer details of Apple II motherboards (thank you for that) - but thought I would offer up my own for some opinion and my further education. As you can see this is labelled as an Apple II (not plus or Euro), has a serial number of 14,909 yet has an odd Apple Silver PSU that has a switch for Euro current as well as USA. It certainly works in the UK. Was this an Apple innovation prior to the EuroPlus - or has someone been meddling over the years?
Would like specially to gain your views on :
- Is it really an Apple II, rather than Apple II Plus - or is this the wrong lid ? (I think Ive seen some Apple II Plus's with lower serial numbers?)
- What revision of motherboard is this - there are no explicit markings that I can seeNOT FOUND: attached_image_#, do I assume a revision 3 ?
- What revision is the keyboard - its the shiney key type so I assume quite an early one? (also has the raised power light)
- What is the ROM card for - I thought Integer basic was on the motherboard. There is a switch on the card , I havent been brave enough to switch it over yet.
- The motherboard stickers says Feb 79 (7902) yet the main motherboard says Apple 1978.
Would be great to know a little more about a much valued and admired piece of history. Thanks in advance for your views.