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SUPERPROTO by Mike Willegal

The SUPERPROTO v1.0 was designed by Mike Willegal. On March 18th, 2018 Mike made the production files public for the project. ReActiveMicro has remade the board, with permission, to help supply demand by the Apple II Community.

The SUPERPROTO works in all Apple II and /// systems. The board is a simple way for users to create projects without the hassle of duplicating work time and again. The SUPERPROTO also features an "in system programmable" ROM. This allows firmware developers to work more efficiently on platform. You're able to test new code without the hassle of pulling the card, removing the ROM, programming it, reinstalling the ROM to the card, and reinstalling the card in the Apple system.

Users are also able to use ribbon cables or jumper wires to connect the SUPERPROTO to an external breadboard. This allows for almost limitless expansion space for projects.

Project Status: Completed. In production. Actively sold by ReActiveMicro.

Support: Post on the Discussion page (link above), email ReActiveMicro Support, or visit Mike Willegal's Wiki for other support.

Sales: Visit the ReActiveMicro Store.

Kit Assembly

The parts included with your SUPERPROTO v1.0 kit and the PCB have basic labels. Those with intermediate knowledge should have little trouble assembling the kit from just these labels. The image of the SUPERPROTO v1.0 can also be used for reference or to help determine orientation.


We will list or link to projects users design for the board as the become available. Please be sure to share your projects!