The DuoDock/DuoDock Plus/DuoDock II

Codename: ??
CPU: none
CPU speed: n/a
FPU: optional 68882/none (Plus)/68882 (II)
motherboard RAM: 0 MB
maximum RAM: n/a MB
number of sockets: 0
minimum speed: n/a
VRAM: 512 k/1 MB (Plus/II)
ROM: n/a
L1 cache: n/a
L2 cache: n/a
data path: 32 bit
bus speed: n/a
slots: 2 NuBus
SCSI: HDI-30
Serial Ports: 2
ADB: 1
Floppy: 1.4 MB SuperDrive
HD: none
CD-ROM: none
Display: max 832x624/1152x870 (Plus, II)
Sound Output: mono 8 bit
Sound Input: none
Ethernet: none/AAUI (Plus, II)
Gestalt ID: n/a
power: 87 Watts
Weight: 13.1 lbs./13.5 lbs(Plus, II)
Dimensions: 4.8" H x 12.3" W x 16.3" D
5.1" H x 12.3" W x 16.3" D (Plus, II)
Min System Software: n/a
Max System Software: n/a
introduced: October 1992
terminated: ??

The DuoDock allowed any Duo to immediately expand its features. The DuoDock included a larger hard drive, more VRAM, and more input and output ports. The DuoDock, and its successors, allowed the Duo product line to become office desktop models. The DuoDock was replaced in May 1994 by the DuoDock Plus and the DuoDock II. The DuoDock was costlier, and came with a 68882 FPU standard.

Picture: Apple Corporate Site

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