This beige/white colored CEC-I i got from China as well. This must have been manufactured in different province and factory (if somebody know in which provinces & cities these were made at?). My knownledge of chinese relies on google translate, my wife and help of other Apple II-enthusiasts.
The board looks pretty much the same as in the “red” one i got earlier. Sadly both CEC-I’s i have, do not power up. I have had no time to investigate (i am not so skilled with electricity afterall) why.
All the connectors are well marked. Left: joystick, Right: Casette port.
The backside is pretty much identical to the “red” one.
This is the “Disk II” port in the back. The connector is integraded into the main logic board.
Power supply specs.
Also came with slot extender (yes, externder as height!) as the slot is inside the machine and there’s an slot where you put the card inside, IF you actually could. But.. the card would be really small. So there’s this slot extender that allows you put cards to it as it extends outside the case…. like this:
It does extend outside of the case. Wonder if something like FASTchip //e would work on it…. 🙂
The in the main logic board you can actually setup the slot what number it is. Good idea, BUT you need to open the case in order to change it.
Got also few manuals (copies/reprints) but they are rather ok quality. Originals seems to be difficult to find in China. Lots of those are scanned and now in Archive.org.
Luckily there is now some CEC-I enthusiasts around the world to seek and preserve
these obscure and rare pieces of Chinese computer history. So much more specially software
should be found. If you can help, please contact using email address on this blog.
Now only if could find the CEC-E and CEC-1A.
If i ever get to go the KansasFest i’ll bring one along if somebody wants to take an shot repairing one. Or any volunteers before that? 🙂