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About the 2GS variations, Richard Kilpatrick adds:
There are three main variations of the IIgs - the ROM 00, commonly found in the 'Woz' limited edition case which was a signature on the front, the ROM 01, and the 1989 ROM 03 variant. The ROM 03 has a larger ROM (256K instead of 128K), 1Mb of RAM on board (the ROM 00/ROM 01 models have 256K RAM on board) and improved slot handling capability - the end result being a machine that is faster and more stable.

The ROM 04 - Mark Twain - prototype only ran at 2.8MHz and lacked a SuperDrive, though it was rumoured to have these things. Of more interest was the Apple II Ethernet card, which was destined to be released in '91 along with GS/OS 6.1 - it featured a 4MHz 65C816, and was produced - one sold on eBay for $300 earlier this year.





 
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