The Apple // platform consists of all computers in the Apple II family and their knockoffs. The table below lists some of these computers, their legal status, manufacturer, and notes about the computers.

Apple // Family[edit | edit source]

Licensed Apple // clones[edit | edit source]

Fully-compatible knockoffs\clones[edit | edit source]

Semi-compatible clones[edit | edit source]

Clones where compatibility is unknown[edit | edit source]

  • ATV Comp 2
  • HAVAC (Microsci Corp)
  • Personal Kid 6400 () 64 KB Apple II Plus
  • IMC Jr (1985, Taiwan) - 64Kb
  • P.C. 1000 (JD Electronic Computer Division, 1984) - 48 - 176Kb RAM
  • MC 4000 (CCE)
  • MC 4000 Pro (CCE)
  • Pravetz 8A (Pravetz)
  • Pluto - a rare Taiwan Apple II+ clone, sold in Germany 1983, has a metal case (no plastic), Distributor "Computerbedarf Werner, Kerpen", see http://www.z80.eu/blog/index.php?entry=entry141101-120000 , also seen in the Netherlands

Clones rumoured to exist[edit | edit source]

The source for most of these machines is Computer-Archive. [1]

Unknown manufacturers[edit | edit source]

  • Base-48, Base-64A - Taiwan
  • Esselte 1000 - From Sweden.
  • Katson - 64 or 128 KB of RAM.
  • Orion II - Possibly Soviet? : 48 KB of RAM
  • CHE 1 - Netherlands, possibly had multiple manufactures,
  • Pineapple
  • Orange II
  • Orange II+ (w/ built-in Z80 Soft-card and FORTH in ROM)

References[edit | edit source]

  1. http://www.computer-archiv.de retrieved on April 18, 2010
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