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Video TechnologyLaser 128

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Another of Video Technology's compatible computers. This one is a pretty standard Apple IIc clone. No surprises here, apart from the numeric keypad and a slightly different ROM.
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No known owners (I still own one | I used to own one). I have seen one.
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Laser 128, Laser 128 EX.
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Emphasis Education, Gaming, Programming, Small business
Software compatibility Apple DOS, Apple II, ProDOS
Timeline Released: 1986
CPU type 65C02
CPU word length 8 bits
CPU clock rate 1 MHz
ROM Size 32 KiB
RAM Size 128 KiB
Maximum RAM Size 640 KiB
Number of keys 90
Graphics modes 280x160, 280x192, 40x40, 40x48, 560x160, 560x192
Text modes 40x24, 80x24
Total number of colours 16
Total peripheral memory 140 KiB, 280 KiB, 940 KiB
I/O Ports 2x RS-232, Audio output, Composite video, Floppy, Mouse/Analogue joystick, RGB

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