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Video TechnologyLaser 3000

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Video Technology's (first) attempt at a serious-looking Apple II compatible produced this somewhat ugly-coloured machine. It wasn't 100% Apple compatible, either.
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No known owners (I still own one | I used to own one). I have seen one.
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Emphasis Education, Gaming, Programming, Small business
Software compatibility Apple DOS, Apple II, ProDOS
Timeline Released: 1984
CPU type 6502A
CPU word length 8 bits
CPU clock rate 1 MHz, 2 MHz
ROM Size 32 KiB
RAM Size 64 KiB
Number of keys 81
Graphics modes 280x160, 280x192, 40x40, 40x48, 560x160, 560x192
Text modes 40x24, 80x24
Total number of colours 16
Sound chip AY-3-8910
I/O Ports Cartridge, Composite video, Expansion, Joystick, Parallel, Serial, Tape recorder

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