Weird assed Apple ][ card

From: Geoff Reed <>
Date: Fri Jul 26 04:06:01 2002

This may give you a lead as to what it is.....

Pace was also co-founder and President of PaceMark Technologies, a firm
that designed and manufactured computer networking hardware and peripherals
for the education marketplace.

At 08:40 PM 7/25/02 +0100, you wrote:
> >
> >
> > Has anyone ever heard of a PaceMark Technologies IIEasy Print card for the
> > Apple ][? You'd think it was some sort of printer interface with the
> > name. However, the edge connector simply has power leads, no data or
> > address. So this card cannot communicate with the Apple ][. I imagine it
> > must have been a daughterboard for some other card?
> >
> > It has a copyright date of 1989 silk-screened on the board. It also has a
> > DB-25 connector tail on the rear.
>Any other connectors on the board (possibly a 26 pin header for a
>parallel input from another card)? What are the main chips on the board?
>My first guesses are that it's either a printer buffer (takes in data
>fast from a conventional Apple ][ printer card, sends it to the printer
>as and when the latter can accept it) or that it's some kind of data
>translater to make a strange printer emulate an Epson or similar.
Received on Fri Jul 26 2002 - 04:06:01 BST

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