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Tadpole P1000 Docking Station SYx1-DOCK-B

A docking station for a Tadpole Laptop, The station allows a fixed hard disk, a slot for an additional removeable hard disk, floppy disk, CD-ROM, and has rear panel connectors for keyboard, mouse, and audio amongst others, there is also a backplane for expansion boards.

Not many were sold, it is said that the connector was not robust, and could damage the one on the back of the computer. technicians tended to put the computer in the dock and leave it there.


Kindly donated by Julian Sinton.

Date : 1996

Manufacturer : Tadpole Technology

Physical Description : Outer Box Protecting foam, top and bottom Dock Dosck plastic bag

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH59945. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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