We’re glad to announce another hobbyist has selected ReActiveMicro to help bring their projects to the Community.
Logan Greer is a new member to the Retro Community, 15 years old student, and has taken an interest in Mike Willegal’s Apple II Rev 0 project in an effort to better understand electronics and the Apple II platform. He decided to build his own Rev 0 using Willegal’s project files, and in the process offer the extra PCBs to the Community. After dealing with a few sales on his own he asked ReActiveMicro for some assistance.
You can now find blank Rev 0 PCBs in the ReActiveMicro Store for the price of $40.
Logan also plans to offer kits once he can fully test and confirm a modern Bill of Materials (BOM). And he will be updating the Wiki page with the BOM and other information as time permits. This is an on-going project, and we look forward to seeing what comes of Logan’s experiences and research!
ReActiveMicro also offers a full range of parts to help support your own Rev 0 project. We sell ROMs and Power Supplies, also UltraWarp accelerators for those looking for speed, and even a II Cooler for extra air movement and convenient power control. Be sure to checkout all the items ReActiveMicro offers for your II and II+ systems!