Monitors From Apple Computer
|Sanyo B&W||VM 4509||9" B&W Original From Apple '78|
|Monitor /// *||A3M0039||12" Green||All Apple ][ Models|
|Monitor //||A2M2010||12" Green||All Apple ][ Models|
|Monitor //e (Platinum)||A2M6017||12" Green||All Apple ][ Models|
|Monitor //c||A2M4090||9" Green||All Apple ][ Models|
|Apple Monochrome||A2M6016||12" Mono||All Apple ][ Models|
|AppleColor 100||A9M0308||12" RGB (Digital)||//e or //c with Video7|
|AppleColor RGB||A2M6014||12" RGB (Analog)||IIgs, AE RGB, PC Transporter|
|AppleColor //e & //c||A2M60xx||13" Comp. Color||//e or //c (80 Col)|
|AppleColor //e||A2M6020||13" Comp. Color||Matches //e profile|
|AppleColor //e (Platinum)||A2M6021||13" Comp.||Color Matches //e profile|
|AppleColor //c||A2M6040||13" Comp.||Color Sits on stand behind //c|
- *This is a slow scanning monitor, and it is primarily used for the Apple /// and interlacing video applications, there are also a few cards available for the // series that support interlaced video modes, and should be used with a Monitor ///.
This is the standard monitor that Apple supplied for the Apple IIgs system, sold as model #6014. It's an analog RGB, 15Hz horizontal scan monitor.
In addition to being used on a IIgs it can be used with an RGB card for a ][+ or //e and a Laser 128.
Apple Monitor ///
This is a 12" green, composite input 'slow burn' monitor, it works with any Apple II model as well as any other computer that has composite output.
If a monitor is required for use with an Apple /// this should be the one used as it will work well with the Apple ///'s interlaced video modes and matches the form of the of the top of the computer so that the monitor can sit on top.
Apple Monitor //
This is a 12" green, composite input monitor. It works with any Apple II model and features a tiltable screen for viewing comfort.
It matches the complexion of a //e case and stacks neatly on top of either the //e unit or on top of the DuoDisk drive.
Apple Monitor //c
This is a 9" green, composite input monitor. Allthough it will work with any Apple // model it is primarily meant for use with the //c.
It comes with a metal stand to hold ip up over the //c to save table space and is easily transportable because of it's small size.