Everex Systems, Inc.

Everex ("Ever for Excellence!") was founded in 1983, in Fremont, CA. They produced desktop and notebook computers, but started out making hard disks, tape backup drives and graphics products.

They filed for bankruptcy in January 1993 and was purchased by Formosa Plastics Group, hence becoming part of a multinational conglomerate alongside companies like First International Computer (FIC), the world's leading motherboard manufacturer

 

EV-221 Evergraphics

Launched: 1983
Bus: ISA 8-bit.
Support: MDA.
Part #: PWA-00065
Ports: 9-pin DSUB (digital video output)
Price: ?

Came with the added bonus of a parallel port (as many MDA cards did at the time).

 

 

EV-222? Evergraphics Plus

Launched: 1985
Bus: ISA 8-bit.
Support: Hercules
Part #:
Ports: 9-pin DSUB (digital video output)
Price: £95 in 1987

The Edge II

Launched: 1983
Bus: ISA 8-bit.
Support: CGA.
Part #: Unknown
Price: ?

EV-231A Evergraphics Plus

Launched: ?
Bus: ISA 8-bit.
Support: MDA.
Part #: Unknown
Price: ?

EV-231C Evergraphics Plus

Launched: ?
Bus: ISA 8-bit.
Support: MDA.
Part #: PWA-00219
Ports: 9-pin DSUB (digital video out) and 25-pin parallel port.
Price: ?

EV-231D Evergraphics Plus

Launched: ?
Bus: ISA 8-bit.
Support: MDA.
Part #: Unknown
Price: ?

EV-653 Micro Enhancer

Launched: ?
Bus: ISA 8-bit.
Support: MDA, EGA.
Part #: Unknown
Price: ?

EV-657

Launched: ?
Bus: ISA 8-bit.
Support: MDA, CGA, EGA.
Part #: PWA-00133-0
Ports: 9-pin DSUB (digital video out) and 25-pin parallel port.
Price: ?

 

EV-657B Micro Enhancer

Launched: ?
Bus: ISA 8-bit.
Support: EGA.
Part #: Unknown
Ports: 9-pin DSUB (digital video out) and 25-pin parallel port.
Price: ?

 

 

EV-673

Launched: ?
Bus: ISA 8-bit.
Support: MDA, CGA, EGA.
Part #: PWA-00271-0
Price: ?


EV-657 Micro Enhancer Deluxe

Launched: ?
Bus: ISA 8-bit.
Support: EGA.
Part #: Unknown
Price: ?

EV-659 Micro Enhancer Deluxe

Launched: 1987
Bus: ISA 8-bit.
Support: MDA, CGA, EGA.
Memory: 256 KB DRAM
Ports: 9-pin DSUB (digital video output) and parallel port.
Part #: Unknown
Price: ?

Codenamed "ICC00203" (named after the main chip), this card not only provides 100% IBM EGA compatibility, but also extended EGA graphics modes including 720 x 410 and 640 x 480, plus 132-column text modes. The card also has auto-switch capabilities so if you run a Hercules or CGA-only application, the card will automatically switch to that resolution and colour depth without having to set jumpers or DIP switches.

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EV-659A Micro Enhancer

Launched: 1987
Bus: ISA 8-bit.
Support: MDA, CGA, EGA.
Part #: Unknown
Price: ?

EV-634A Viewpoint Premium VGA Color

Launched: ?
Bus: ISA 16-bit.
Support: VGA.
Part #: PWA-00910
Price: ?