Doesn't the 'e' in Apple IIe stand for enhanced?
Well today I got very confused (nothing new here) in a phone conversation with a good friend. He says he got an Apple IIe enhanced. I told him that mentioning it's enhanced doesn't make sense since the e already stands for enhanced. To make a long story short, I found out about the IIenhanced enhanced. Does anyone know the story behind this double enhanced situation? What was Apple thinking?
I mostly use a IIc so I am not into the IIe hardware scene much, although this will change soon.