DIPA – Apple II+ clone:

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This is one Apple II clone i got several years ago from Germany. It looks like it’s a II+ clone from the looks of it. It’s not per say pretty by it’s design but so often the clones had… well, “interesting design choices”.

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From the back.

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There’s no name badge or serial number on the case anywhere but it reads “DIPA” in motherboard.

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Most chips seems to be mostly from 1983 on the motherboard expect some RAM that have 1978 (!) dates.

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One IC is missing from the motherboard, 74LS259.

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The green slots look always cool!

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The powersupply’s cable wont fit to the connector on motherboard. So is the powersupply or the motherboard been swapped? So i haven’t been able to test this if it works or not and i have not put any extra effort on it trying to figure that out either..

I’ve found out that there are these models made but nothing more specific like specs. I assume here that they are Apple II+ (48k) and possibly //e (64k) clones.
DIPA 109
DIPA 209

German computer magazine “Computer Persönlich” had (in early 1983) some information about these models but i have not find any of these magazines scanned nor pictures etc.

Computer Persönlich:
http://www.kultboy.com/Computer-Persoenlich-Zeitschrift/43/

FinApple 2018 (c)
Apple II Forever.