Very clean Apple IIe computer (Model A2S2064) with a white font keyboard and open/closed Apple keys. Released in January 1983 as the third model in the Apple II series of personal computers, the IIe was the last surviving model of the Apple II computer line before discontinuation, and having been manufactured and sold for nearly 11 years with relatively few changes, the IIe earned the distinction of being the longest-lived computer in Apple's history. This particular computer contains the following installed options: an Epson printer interface card (G479501000-0), an Apple 80 column card with 64K expansion (820-0066-A), and an Apple floppy drive controller (650-X104). The Apple Computer label affixed to the underside lists the model (A2S2064) and serial (1A2S2-055854) numbers. Includes a 12-inch Apple Monitor III made by Hitachi in January 1983, with a label to reverse featuring model (A3M0039) and serial (Y3A219900) numbers. The IIe system is in overall great cosmetic condition; it does power up and will boot from a modern hard drive emulator. Accompanied by the original Apple Computer cardboard boxes.