AE Z-80 for Apple ][e

From: Sam Ismail <>
Date: Tue Apr 14 00:18:57 1998

On Mon, 13 Apr 1998, Nick Amato wrote:

> There's an "AE Z-80 plus" card in it. It's made by Applied Engineering
> and the date codes are 82-83. Did this card facilitate TRS-80
> emulation, or did it just allow one to run things that needed more
> power than the 6502?

That would be cool but nothing of the sort. It's simply a Z80 board so
you can run CP/M applications on it. You still need the AE CP/M system
disk to make this work.

> P.S. Is any of this stuff rare?

No. AE was one of the more popular manufacturers of Apple ][ peripherals
and millions of //e's were made.

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