Coolest Terminator cyborg model in the Terminator movies

Posted by: Black-Jesus

The following Terminator model's and series's are only the most notable that appear in the original four Terminator films (the Terminator, Terminator 2: Judgement Day, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, and Terminator Salvation

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T-101

The primitive infiltration unit seen in the original Terminator movies. This make and model plays as the main antagonist in the original film and poses as a protagonist for the next two films.
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T-1000

The T-1000 is a fictional shapeshifting robot assassin and the primary antagonist in Terminator 2: Judgment Day as well as a minor antagonist in Terminator 2: 3-D Battle Across Time. Created by the series' long-running antagonist, Skynet, the T-1000...  is described in Terminator 2 as being composed of a mimetic poly-alloy, whose body is composed of liquid metal that allows it to assume the form of other objects or people, typically terminated victims. Therefore, it is portrayed by multiple actors in the film. It is further explained in the prologue of the film's novelization, that the T-1000 was created through nanotechnology, and is a 'Nanomorph', able to scan the molecular structure of whatever it is touching and visually mimic it.The T-1000 is portrayed primarily by Robert Patrick. In Terminator 2 and Terminator 2: 3-D Battle Across Time, the T-1000 is presented as a technological leap over the "800 Series" Terminator   more
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Harvester

Harvesters were first used by skynet to, you guessed it, harvest humans for research purposes in making the T-800 models and capturing human citizens.
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HK-Aerial

HK-Aerials are VTOL-capable cyborgs that are basically just larger versions of hunter-killer drones.
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T-1

The T-1's were the very first models built before judgement day by the human's behind skynet, hoping to build units that impressed the military enough to use the T-1's instead of infantry. These were seen defending Skynet when it first became self-a... ware in Terminator 3   more
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T-RIP

The T-RIP is the T-800 prototype that attacks John Connor and Kyle Reese at Skynet central in the climax of Terminator Salvation.
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Hunter-Killers

Hunter-Killers search the land of post-judgement day Earth looking for surviving humans and killing them. They do best at night because they are equipped with thermo vision.
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Hydrobot

Hydrobots are those creepy metal critters from Terminator Salvation that John Connor fights off in that river.
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T-X

T-X is the name of a fictional character who appears in the Terminator franchise. The T-X model is an android assassin with a human female appearance; the character was introduced in the 2003 film Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, portrayed by Kri... stanna Loken. The T-X has the ability to assume the appearance of other characters; therefore, several other cast members occasionally portrayed the T-X throughout the film. This ability to change shape is similar to that of the T-1000, the main antagonist of Terminator 2: Judgment Day   more
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Moto-Terminator

Motorized terminators that appear as computer controlled cyborgs in Terminator Salvation
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T-600

T-600's are the first infiltration units spoken of in previous Terminator films but first really seen in Terminator Salvation, they are similar to the T-101 (which is in the T-800 series) but have rubber instead of living flesh skin. The T-600 model... s are the one's seen throughout the Terminators in flash forwards and dreams in the first three movies and all throughout Salvation. They are the ones toting mini guns and laser guns in the many glimpses of the future war with the cyborgs   more
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