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The belly of the Dragon

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Lid on...

Dragon 32

...lid off...

Dragon 32

... but only after disobeying the warnings

Dragon 32

The Motorola 6809E - the finest 8-bit CPU. Accept no substitutes.

Dragon 32

The Rom cartridge slot on the right side went directly into the Dragon 32's memory map

Dragon 32

Before VGA there was... Dragon 32 AC adaptor feeds. And a Din port for composite video

Dragon 32

What a Din: the Dragon's three serial ports - joysticks and tape - and "Centronics-type" parallel port for printers

Dragon 32

Completing the picture: the TV modulator port and the warm reset button

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