ReactiveMicro Announces New Rev 7 Apple II Boards

Reactive Micro has announced the availability of a new version of the Apple II Plus Rev Seven RFI Boards. According to the posting on the Reactive Micro Blog,

The Apple II Plus, Rev 7 RFI Motherboard project is offered in several options. As assembled or kit, with and without ICs and DRAM, and in 93-series ROM (original) or 27-series ROM (not yet released). It is designed to be a replacement motherboard for your existing Apple II and II Plus. It’s an exact clone of the last revision Apple made, which includes all fixes and mods as well as RFI reduction enhancements.

The concept for this project is allow users to retire their existing Apple II/Plus board and rely on this new board for a modern, rock solid replacement while maintaining that original look and feel. It’s much simpler and less time consuming than a rebuild or to hunt for issues with your old board. And the high quality parts and sockets means this new motherboard will last at least another 40 years without issues. No more worry about intermittent issues from month to month.

From the Reactive Micro News Blog

Reactive Micro is making the boards available in two flavors: Assembled and Kit form. The boards are available from Reactive Micro now only $299.99 fully assembled, with all ICs and in Kit form for only $225.00 with all ICs. Other options and pricing available on the Reactive Micro website

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