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A male D-subminiature connector used for a serial port on an IBM PC compatible computer along with the serial port symbol
A male D-subminiature connector used for a serial port on an IBM PC compatible computer along with the serial port symbol
An IBM PC serial card with a 25-pin connector (obsolete 8-bit ISA card)
An IBM PC serial card with a 25-pin connector (obsolete 8-bit ISA card)
A PCI Express ×1 card with one serial port
A PCI Express ×1 card with one serial port
A four-port serial (RS-232) PCI Express ×1 expansion card with an octopus cable that breaks the card's DC-37 connector into four standard DE-9 connect
A four-port serial (RS-232) PCI Express ×1 expansion card with an octopus cable that breaks the card's DC-37 connector into four standard DE-9 connectors
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A DB-25 connector often used for a parallel printer port on IBM PC compatible computers, with the printer icon.
A DB-25 connector often used for a parallel printer port on IBM PC compatible computers, with the printer icon.
Micro ribbon 36-pin female, such as on printers and on some computers, particularly industrial equipment and early (pre-1980s) personal computers.
Micro ribbon 36-pin female, such as on printers and on some computers, particularly industrial equipment and early (pre-1980s) personal computers.
Mini-Centronics 36-pin male connector (top) with Micro ribbon 36-pin male Centronics connector (bottom)
Mini-Centronics 36-pin male connector (top) with Micro ribbon 36-pin male Centronics connector (bottom)
The Apple II Parallel Printer Port connected to the printer via a folded ribbon cable; one end connected to the connector at the top of the card, and
The Apple II Parallel Printer Port connected to the printer via a folded ribbon cable; one end connected to the connector at the top of the card, and the other end had a 36-pin Centronics connector.