Motherboard Apple IIe 820-0064-00 with 4 names engraved

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Motherboard Apple IIe 820-0064-00 with 4 names engraved

Hi,
I have a motherboard Apple IIe 820-0064-00 (so without A or B revision) and in addition, there are 4 names written in place of WFB:
rice, broedner, macphee, auricchio.
Could you tell me about this motherboard?

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I don't understand why the green connector (normally "Aux connector") is noticed "Video connector"

Thanks

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Re: Motherboard Apple IIe 820-0064-00 with 4 names engraved

Discussed here - no need to cross-post.

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Re: Motherboard Apple IIe 820-0064-00 with 4 names engraved

I don't hang out at Vintage CF anymore, so I will reply here.

It's a seed board - so, technically not a prototype but it is pre-production. A Super II board would be considered a proto.

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Re: Motherboard Apple IIe 820-0064-00 with 4 names engraved

e wrote:
I don't understand why the green connector (normally "Aux connector") is noticed "Video connector"

Because it is a video connector - it's where an extended 80 column RGB card would go, right?

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