Nishida Radio releases photo of Prototype HDMI Card for Apple IIe


Nishida Radio has released a photo of a prototype HDMI card for the Apple IIe that they have been working on.  Proprietor, Koichi Nishida mentioned in a short conversation yesterday that he will be creating the //c version of the HDMi card first.

The popularity of Nishida’s previous cards has meant that stock has been dificult for him to maintain as most of the cards sell as quickly as he is able to assemble them.  The HDMI cards will likely attain similar status with many vintage Apple Computer fans wanting to use modern monitors with their older hardware.

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