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COLLINS INTERNATIONAL TRADING CORPORATION
Orange 2

Almost no information about this computer, except it was one of the numerous Apple II clones the world market was becoming flooded with from 1983.

The motherboard design was quite the same as the Apple II+'s. However, only one case housed this board as well as one or two floppy drives, and the keyboard was detached from the main unit.
This Orange 2 followed a first model with built-in keyboard, called Orange+



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I used to own one of these. I was the Orange 2 "Wildcat" and mine had 64k of RAM. I had a few different Apple games for it, but the one I remember most was a game called Droll. This was my second computer. The first computer I had was the APF Imagination Machine. Thanks for keeping these memories Alive. I didn''t know if I would EVER see pictures of these computers again. You made my day. :)

These two computers were responsible for my interest in graphics, and I''ve gone on to become a 3D Animator of movies like "Anastaisia" and "Titan A.E."

          
Sunday 7th December 2008
Kel Nelson (USA)

Hey, this one looks *exactly* like the Orange2 I once owned. Even the sticker on the Keyboard looks familiar ;-)

The Orange was distributed by a company named "Arhelger" so at least in Germany it might be more common with that name.

BTW: Afair the Orange used a genuine Apple-Mainboard....

          
Monday 29th December 2003
Oliver Leibenguth (Germany)
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NAME  Orange 2
MANUFACTURER  Collins International Trading Corporation
TYPE  Professional Computer
ORIGIN  U.S.A.
YEAR  1983
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  Integer BASIC
KEYBOARD  Full stroke 82 keys with function & arrow keys and numeric keypad
CPU  6502
SPEED  1 MHz.
CO-PROCESSOR  None
RAM  64 KB
ROM  16 KB
TEXT MODES  40 chars x 24 lines (80 x 24 ?)
GRAPHIC MODES  40 x 40-48 (16 colors), 280 x 192 (6 colors)
COLORS  16
SOUND  Built-in loudspeaker. 1 voice
SIZE / WEIGHT  nknown
I/O PORTS  Composite video, Tape recorder (In-Out), 7 x Apple compatible slots
BUILT IN MEDIA  1or 2 x 5.25'' 163 KB floppy drives
OS  Apple DOS 3.X
POWER SUPPLY  Built-in power supply unit
PERIPHERALS  Apple and third companies expansion boards
PRICE  Unknown


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