Data Display (TL A)
A visual display that provides a visual and tactile interface to a computer.
Data Display (TL D)
A visual display that provides a visual, tactile, and holographic interface to a computer.
A miniaturized electronic device capable of receiving voice or radio input, recording it, and transmitting this information either on a given external signal or continuously.
A specialized Model/4 computer, designed as a data server. Used for local Library Data systems.
A short range repeater/data relay device.
This represents not only the Imperial ID, but also identity or membership cards given out by various organizations such as TAS.
An enclosed reel (or corresponding solid-, holo-, or crystalline-state device) containing specific jump coordinates within a set of given systems.
The map box is a compact storage system for computer generated maps of a world.
Map Box Insert
An insert for a map box that contains the data for a single world.
Map Box Insert (Blank)
A blank insert for a map box that can contain the data for a single world.
Memclip (1 Language)
The memclip stores an app for managing one language.
The tablet computer is a personal computing device capable of basic computer activity. It functions as a Hand Controller and enables various tasks for a user.
A specialized control console used for a single research purpose.
A map of nearby systems and trade routes.
A data container (essentially a re-purposed memclip) for carrying detailed survey information for one star system.
A Wafer Jack is an implant allowing use of skill or personality wafers and direct access to computer systems.
A data container for carrying a single transaction or application across interstellar distances.