|Dimensions||6 × 1 × 4 in|
This is the ROMX from TheROMExchange.com and designed by Dean Claxton and Jeff Mazur.
ReActiveMicro is an authorized dealer and partner with the TheROMExchange.com in an effort to help bring more great products to the Apple II Community. If we back another vendor’s product you know it’s of the highest quality and can be trusted.
ROMX is an in-system programmable device that replaces the system ROM’s (D0-F8) and your Video ROM in your Apple II or II Plus computer. It stores up to 15 ROM images, and presents them for selection via an on-screen menu system. In addition, the menu system itself (the ROMX firmware) is updateable in-system.
What do we mean by In-System Programmable? This simply means that you can re-program ROMX with your own ROM images and updates without removing the device from your computer, and without need for an external IC Programmer. Uploading of new ROM images is done through either the ROMX boot menu, or by running the ROMX.DISK utility from the ROMX floppy disk image. The firmware image is also upgradeable using the same process.
The ROMX video adapter (included) has 16 text ROMs (fonts) that can be selected from the ROMX menu also, or associated with a specific system ROM. The ROMX is preloaded with a number of ROM images including basic diagnostics.
Hardware Requirements: ROMX will work in any Apple II but its functionality may be limited by the amount of RAM in the machine. Currently, with pre-release software you get full functionality in machines that have at least 32K of RAM. With less RAM, you can install a pre-configured board into a machine with as little as 4K but you will only get a simplified menu that lets you switch banks. The board can be pre-configured (images loaded, defaults set ,etc.) in another Apple II with 32K or more.
Comes as pictured, with ROMX system ROM adapter, Video ROM adapter, and connection cable.
NOTE: Does NOT work with the 27-series II Plus motherboard from ReActiveMicro.
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