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==Docks and Port Replicators featuring this Technology==
 
==Docks and Port Replicators featuring this Technology==

Latest revision as of 21:40, 3 June 2016

Most ThinkPads have a Female DB-25 Parallel Port, for ThinkPads produced from 1995 on they are IEEE1284 compliant.

The latest ThinkPads no longer have a physical parallel port, but still have the logic integrated, all that is required is to attach the ThinkPad to a supported Dock or Port Replicator with a parallel port.


Models featuring this Technology

EPP

EPP & ECP

DMA

IEEE1284 compatible

Docks and Port Replicators featuring this Technology

NOTE!
These devices only feature pass-through functionality, the actual Parallel port logic needs to reside in the ThinkPad for the port to work