Sun Microsystems Ultra 10 in Enemy of the State (1998)

Wildlife researcher Daniel Zavitz uses the Sun to watch his video footage of the murder and to record it onto a PCMCIA card that he then hides in a TurboExpress handheld games console.

Importance: ****
Realism: ***
There's a lot of unrealistic video zooming, and David writes to the PCMCIA card using the Sun's floppy disk drive!

Visibility: ****




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Ha ha, that's ridiculous! Awesome site, man.
2012-10-18 17:41


Ha ha, that's ridiculous! Awesome site, man.
2012-10-18 18:30


I did have a PCMCIA card reader/writer for mine, and that's possibly what we see above the floppy drive in the first and second photos. I'm guessing it wasn't as good looking up close...
2012-11-05 21:48


I also have a PCMCIA reader for my Ultra 10 workstation. I agree, the video editing/player seems too good frame rate and he is able to shift the video too fluidly. But it's still a great machine even today, (mine) with its 440MHz 64-bit CPU and 768Mb RAM. In fact, for fun, I posted this using my Sun Microsystems Ultra 10 running Solaris 10 with Firefox.
2017-05-17 08:35


I see its in the top drive for first two shots then when he injects it, its in the floppy drive.
2021-06-28 21:06