Use RamWorks-style RGB piggyback card with modern RAM cardsDesigned by Lexington Infosystems in United States of America
The RamWorks Piggyback² breathes new life into RamWorks-style RGB piggyback cards by allowing them to be combined with modern Apple IIe RAM cards. (RAM card and RGB card are not included). Less heat,…Read More…
The RamWorks Piggyback² breathes new life into RamWorks-style RGB piggyback cards by allowing them to be combined with modern Apple IIe RAM cards.
(RAM card and RGB card are not included).
By using the RamWorks Piggyback² combined with a modern memory card, you can finally do away with the original power-hungry RamWorks cards from the 80's and 90's. Fully populated, those cards easily exceeded Apple's power recommendations for the entire system. That translates into more heat and potentially a shorter lifespan for your Apple II.
Modern RAM cards use a fraction of the power, plus, they are available in larger capacities. But until now, you couldn't use them if you wanted to have a RamWorks-style RGB piggyback card in your system, like an Applied Engineering Digital Prism or Color Link, or a2heaven's VGA Extender. Now you can have the best of both worlds!
Just insert your RAM card into the 60-pin slot on the front, connect your RGB card to the headers on the back, and install the entire "sandwich" into the auxiliary slot on your Apple IIe. There's nothing to configure!
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