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April 3, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

Reminding users that it still offers two computer families, Apple Computer Inc yesterday unveiled a product for the Apple IIe and IIGS designed to enable teachers, students and home video enthusiasts to bring personal computer and video technologies together easily and cheaply. The Apple II Video Overlay Card enables users to superimpose text, pictures and animation over video images from an external source such as a video cassette recorder, videodisk, video camera or television signal, and view the result on a single screen. To get over differences in the timing of signals, the Video Overlay Card uses genlock circuitry to synchronise Apple II timing to external video timing so that both image scans will appear simultaneously on the single display screen. The company didn’t give the price or availability.

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