VTech impressively managed to reverse-engineer the Apple II's ROMs and create a legal prototype.
Like most Apple II clones, the Syscom II, made by Syscom 2 Inc. in Carson City, Nevada, is housed in a case virtually identical to the actual Apple II's.
This Apple II clone is an expansion unit for the Commodore 64.
Another clone of the Apple II, probably made in Germany.
This clone was manufactured in Tiawan and sold as a kit.
The Apple II in Greece.
The Franklin ACE 2200 was the last Apple clone Franklin made.
Housed in a slim, attractive case, the ACE 500 is clearly one of Franklin's later computers.
A Dutch clone, designed and built by a hobbyist club.
Built and marketed in Germany, the Basis 108 sported a Z-80 processor in addition to a 6502.