The T1 is capable of altering its molecular structure in response to digital input. This means a T1 can duplicate a simple object by sampling. It can be used as a handy tool in daily life, such as kitchen utensils or tableware since a T1 can swiftly change from a fork to a knife. Likewise, a T1 possesses the potential for industrial espionage or even becoming a weapon for military usage, as it is able to emulate a variety of knives and stabbing weapons.
By the early 2000s, Cyberdyne had developed the T1 and posted a promotional poster outside its lobby to impress investors about their new creation.
- In an unused idea for the script of Terminator 2: Judgment Day, the T-1000 was melted down and turned into a set of Craftsman tools.
- Though not specified as a T1, in Terminator Genisys, Cyberdyne Systems had developed mimetic polyalloy by 2017. However, it was just a pool of mimetic polyalloy as it was not programmed yet.
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