VTech Laser 128
While most clone manufacturers illegally copied Apple's ROMs, VTech actually developed their own, which was quite a feat. Still, The Laser 128 competed effectively against the Apple IIc, matching it in features and undercutting it in price.
Seen above is a complete Laser 128 system, with all the accessories. The external power supply is Apple IIc compatible.
The Laser 128 supported both 40 and 80 columns, parallel and serial printers, and mono and color monitors. It has a built-in 5.25" floppy drive on the right, and an Apple II-compatible slot on the left.
Laser also produced their own monitor, printer, external floppy drive, and mouse: