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Apple IIe Enhanced Datasheet

On March 1, 1985, Apple introduced a new personal computer to the market, the Apple IIe Enhanced. As part of the Apple II series, this computer was designed, manufactured, and sold by Apple from 1985 to 1987.

The Apple IIe Enhanced featured a 1 MHz MOS Technology 65C02 processor, 64 KB of RAM, 16 KB of ROM, and a built-in 63-key uppercase and lowercase keyboard. Additionally, there were optional upgrades available, such as the Cassette Interface, Disk II, or DuoDisk floppy drive.

This computer was well-received by consumers and was considered a solid choice for home and educational use. However, on January 1, 1987, Apple decided to discontinue the Apple IIe Enhanced, making way for newer models in the Apple II series.

Today, the Apple IIe Enhanced is 39 years old and holds a special place in the history of personal computers. Despite being discontinued, it remains a beloved piece of technology for those who had the opportunity to use it.

Apple IIe Enhanced
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Apple IIe Enhanced Details

IntroducedMarch 1, 1985
DiscontinuedJanuary 1, 1987
Original Price$1,395
Weight11.5 Ibs.
5.216 KG
Dimensions4.25” H x 15.25” W x 18” D
10.79 cm H x 38.73 cm W x 45.72 cm D

Apple IIe Enhanced Tech Specs


ProcessorMOS Technology 65C02
Processor Speed1 MHz
Number of Cores1
System Bus1 MHz


Built-in Memory64 KB
Maximum Memory1 MB (Actual)
128 KB (Apple)
Memory SlotsMemory Expansion Card can be installed in an Auxiliary slot


Cassette1 – in
1 – out at 1500 bps
Game1 – internal 16-pin GAME I/O
1 – external DE-9
Audio Out1 – Built-in speaker
Display Connection1 – RCA composite video output
External Resolution40 x 48 (15 colors)
280 x 192 (6 colors)
80 x 48 (15 colors)
560 x 192 (15 colors)
Text Display40 columns of text in 24 rows or 80 columns of text in 24 rows


Slots7 – 50-pin Apple II peripheral
1 – 60-pin Auxiliary
MediaOptical Cassette Interface, Disk II or DuoDisk floppy drive


KeyboardBuilt-in 63-key uppercase and lowercase keyboard


SoftwareApple ProDOS 8
FirmwareApplesoft BASIC


Maximum Continuous Power80 W
Line Voltage95 or 127V AC

Further Reading and References

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Last updated: March 13, 2023