As a hobby I have collected over the years many Apple II items (mostly from eBay in its early years) and they are taking up space. To make room for my family I have sold some items here a while ago and I am now selling more of them. My first computer was an Apple II+ clone and so I know something about these items. I'll try to answer questions to the best of my knowledge.
This is the Apple External Hard Drive (Model M2115) from Apple Computer around the late eighties. It was Apple's later SCSI (Small Computer System Interface) based hard drive for the Apple II family as well as the Macintosh and other third party computers using an industry standard interface. For an Apple II plus, IIe or IIgs to access storage in this external SCSI device, a SCSI card, cable, terminator (depends on configuration) and power cord are needed. The latter three are included with the hard disk. This hard disk has 850MB storage and is assembled in Malaysia. A historic item great for the Apple II collectors and enthusiasts.
This particular unit is in fair cosmetic condition. The entire case particularly the front panel has yellowed due to sunlight exposure as pictured (should be removable using Retr0Bright). I don’t have a SCSI card handy to test this unit but I did power it on. Both the power LED and fan came up and the drive made the normal spin-up and calibration noises. I left the unit on for two hours and there was no observable abnormality. Due to the nature of vintage electronics I could not guarantee anything about this unit.
Includes: used Apple External Hard Drive (serial no. D754700UL21) as pictured with 850MB storage, power cord, SCSI system cable and active terminator. Specifications: 100-240V~, 50-60Hz, 1.5A. No documentation included.
Item is sold AS IS and because this is vintage electronics I could not guarantee it will function as originally designed. PayPal payment ONLY. Item is actually located in Hong Kong. Shipment by Hong Kong Post uninsured airmail to US is $42. Other locations please enquire.
Thank you for your interest.