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The belly of the Dragon

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Lid on...

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...lid off...

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... but only after disobeying the warnings

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

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

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

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

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

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