May I show you my Apple 1 Clone

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May I show you my Apple 1 Clone
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Hello dear Apple (1 + 2) users.

I would also like to proudly present my finished Apple1 Clone to you. Due to the component procurement via Bernie, things went very quickly in the end.Everything works wonderfully too. I only have to do an endurance test with the RAMs when the device has warmed up for 1-2 hours.

I think the right keyboard is great too.Greetings from Germany.
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this is the keyboard...
this is the keyboard...
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Hi AppleMicha!

Glad to congratulate you on a successful build, Uncle Bernie's proven chip kits have proven to be excellent. They make the debugging process a mere formality - just plug it in and you're done! What do you think about the case?

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I do not know yet...I will

I do not know yet...I will certainly not do anything on the Apple1 for several weeks, but you might just want to look at it anyway.

I am considering whether I (like so many) just screw it into a large wooden board.

Or, as many have made, a nice (old suitcase) suitcase solution.Then it is protected from dust, but you can simply "open" it quickly.

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 I did it this way, very

 

I did it this way, very convenient, transformers and board on one base. Not authentic, but practical!

 

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:) :D   the small PS2

:) :D  

 

the small PS2 keyboard adapter is definitely practical ... but don't you want to build an "authentic" Apple1 / Apple2 keyboard too?

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For the YouTube channel and

For the YouTube channel and demonstrations I use the keyboard from Apple ][, if you yourself sit more convenient through the adapter.

 

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Nice Apple 1

wau .. yes .. together with your real Apple II keyboard it looks very good.Personally, I think standard IC sockets on the Motherboad are optically better than precision sockets.Your ceramic PIA IC also looks nice. Is it a 6820 or 6821IC.?I still dream of a 6502 ceramic CPU.

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Hi AppleMicha!

Pia Motorola 6821.

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i made also a little 6820
i made also a little 6820 "Gold" ceramic "Update" :)(this little extra PCB is do send data via "arduino Nano" by USB-PC-Terminal programm..,.. like at the Apple1 Mini..)
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