Archive for ‘Peripherals’

iPhone 4 Dock

The iPhone 4 Dock was a self contained, mini docking station specifically designed for the iPhone 4. It also featured a convenient audio line out port that connected to powered speakers.

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Quicktake 200 AC Adapter

The Quicktake 200 AC Adapter was the external power adapter for the Quicktake 200 Digital Camera.

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Apple SuperDrive

The Apple SuperDrive was a floppy disk drive that offered high-capacity storage to owners of Macintosh and Apple II personal computers. Using high-density, double-sided 3.5-inch floppy disks, the Apple SuperDrive offered twice the storage capacity of standard 800K disk drives. It also enabled exchange of information between Macintosh and MS-DOS, OS/2, and ProDOS systems.

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LaserWriter Pro Envelope Feeder

The LaserWriter Pro Envelope Feeder was an add-on for several of the Apple LaserWriter range of printers.

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AppleTalk Connector Kit

AppleTalk allowed connecting of up to 32 computers and peripherals in an office work group to share peripherals such as printers and hard disks. The AppleTalk Connector Kit was a set of plugs and cables that allowed a Macintosh or other AppleTalk peripheral to connect to a network.

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Apple IIc Disk Drive

The Apple IIc Disk Drive was an accessory external 5.25″ drive marketed to be used with the Apple IIc.

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Apple Notebook Disks

Apple Notebook Disks were Apple branded 3.5″ diskettes. The sophisticated lubricant formulation used in Apple Notebook Disks reduced startup torque by 2% and rotation torque by 20%.

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AppleDesign Keyboard

The AppleDesign Keyboard was the first major redesign of the Apple keyboard, featuring more fluid, curving lines to match the look of the new Apple product style. It was significantly lighter than its predecessors, it had a much softer and quieter key interface that previous models, and also included only one ADB port for mice or other pointing devices, concealed on the underside, with the keyboard’s cable permanently attached

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Apple SCSI Cable System

The Apple SCSI Cable System provided a fast, flexible and expandable way to connect SCSI peripherals to a Macintosh with a built-in SCSI port, or an Apple II equipped with a SCSI interface card.

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Apple Pro Mouse (Black)

Released in 2000, the Pro Mouse was a translucent, wired mouse that was different in core underlying mechanism – it used an LED to detect movement instead of a rubber ball.

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