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Thread: Apple IIc power supply compatible with Laser 128?

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    Default Various Laser 128 questions, esp. power supply

    The Apple IIc power supply superfically seems compatible with this Laser 128 I've rescued from the trash; any idea if that's true?

    Is the "expansion bay" interface on the side of the unit a standard IIe-style port, taht I could use for a Apple 2 Pi? What orientation is the slot?
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    yes. I used them interchangeably.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorkbert View Post
    yes. I used them interchangeably.
    WHat about that slot on the side; is it usable for something like the Apple 2 Pi?

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    The expansion slot on the side of the Laser 128? That is compatible with most Apple II expansion cards. It's really meant for Laser's expansion box, but aside from looking silly hanging off the side of the machine, they work.

    I remember that was perfect for my Apple II Eprom programmer (a card with the programming socket directly on it), since I only needed to plug it in ocasionally when I was using it, and I didn't have to worry about leaving a case open like on a genuine Apple II+/IIe.

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