An Acorn AKA25 10 BASE 2 Network Podule card.
A Computer Concepts Colour Card.
An Acorn AKA16 MIDI Podule Card.
An Acorn AKA16 MIDI Podule Card. Different View
An Acorn AKA 10 User POrt / Analogue Port / 1Mhz Bus Port Expansion Podule card.
An Acorn Designed Aleph One 486 PC Card Mini Podule
An Acorn Designed Aleph One 486 PC Card Full Size Podule Card.
An Apex Millipede Full width Podule Card.
A closeup of some of the BNC outputs on the Millipede Card.
Another view of the Apex Millipede Full Width Podule Card.
A top-down view of the Apex Millipede Full Width Podule Card.
A Watford Electronics Achimedes Hand Scanner Podule Card.
Another view of the Watford Electronics Archimedes Hand Scanner and Podule card.
A Castle Technology IDE Mini Podule Card.
Another view of the Castle Technology IDE Mini Podule Card.
A CUMANA 13-32 SCSI Podule Card.
A CUMANA SLCD Podule Card for adding an external CD Drive.
A CUMANA CAA432 SCSI CD-ROM Drive and CA006 SCSI Interface Podule Card.
A Dual 16bit Parallel Podule. ( Not much detail on this one ).
Another view of the Dual 16bit Parallel Podule.
A HCCS IDE Podule Card.
An OAK SCSI Podule Card.
An Acorn / Aleph One PC Card Podule.
A SpaceTech Satalite Decoder podule Card for receiving and decoding weather satalite images.
A Scanlight 256 Grey-Scale Hand Scanner and Podule Card.
A User Port / SCSI Port Podule Card.
A Watford Electronics IDE Interface Podule Card and Drive.
A Watford Electronics Archimedes Video Digitiser Podule Card.
Another view of the Watford Electronics Archimedes Video Digitiser Podule Card.
A WildVision MIDI Card Podule.
An XOB Teletext Receiver podule Card.
This podule was a direct interface for a Calligraph Laser Printer
A very expensive piece of kit at the time.
A Cumana 16-bit SCSI Podule with internal and external connections.
Mainly used in a RISC machine for SCSI CD-ROM Drives
A HCCS Vision Digitiser Podule. For taking screen/frame grabs of recorded video.
A Scanlight Hand Held Digitiser Podule. This was for the smaller A3010/A3020/A4000 machines.
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