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New Store Item: Firmware ROMs And Upgrade GALs

We’re glad to announce the return of the ROM and GAL programming service from ReActiveMicro. Once again the Apple II Community has a dependable source for Firmware ROMs and Upgrade GALs.  Looking to upgrade that old card or motherboard?  We’ve got you covered! The ROMs and GALs are now for sale in the ReActiveMicro Store.  […]

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New Release: HERO Junior RT-1 Charger Adapter

ReActiveMicro.com is proud to announce a new release: The HERO Junior RT-1 Charger Adapter in stock and available now in the ReActiveMicro Store! The HERO Junior RT-1 Charger Adapter is a Power Supply replacement designed by ReActiveMicro.com. The Charger Adapter replaces the old HERO Junior RT-1 AC Power Supply with a new, modern solution for […]

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New Stock: Universal PSU Kit for II, II+, IIe, IIgs, and ///

The Universal PSU Kit back in stock and available now in the ReActiveMicro Store. Get yours while stock lasts! The Universal PSU Kit is a replacement Power Supply Unit for your Apple II and Apple /// system. It is user installable in your existing metal Power Supply Enclosure. Takes about 15 minutes with basic tools. […]

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New Release: The Phasor v1.0beta Clone

The board is now for sale in the ReActiveMicro Store. We had 4 units leftover from KFEST and they are now being offered to the Community. Get yours while there is stock! Officially released during KFEST 2016, The Phasor v1.0beta Clone is the second collaborative effort between Tom Arnold of philosophyofsound.com and Henry from ReActiveMicro.  […]

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We’re Back And ReActivated!

As announced at KFEST 2016: ReActiveMicro.com is now fully functional since our return from hiatus in 2014. One task of our return has been to create a Wiki (ReActiveMicro.com/wiki) which allows us to more easily support and showcase products.  It also allows the users themselves to update or create documentation.  An example would be the […]

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