Hi! On Wed, 24 Jun 1998 12:48:00 -0400 (EDT), Ethan Dicks wrote: > (discussion of IDE-64 interface) >> I don't think :-(. BTW, the unit is quite 'hot'. It is currently being >> developed. Maybe, they have just succeed with interfacing an IDE CD-ROM >> to the 64?... > I haven't heard if there is a CD-ROM driver yet or not. Well, the info came from their page (neither me know if they finished it). >> ..Whew, my A1200 friends don't know, what do they lose (since they even >> refused to buy regular 2.5" drives into their computers) ;-(. 1.3" sounds >> really 'something'. > I'm not sure what you mean by "lose" here. The drive I have is only 20Mb; > the largest 1.3" drives made were only 40Mb. There are some 1.8" drives > in the 300Mb+ category, but they are much more expensive than 2.5" drives. Hmmm, well, then it's not so much beautiful as I expected :-( I mentioned this 'lose' thing 'cos my friends even refuse to use the 2.5" versions, so they had to fiddle with regular 3.5" HDDs. These can't be installed into the machine; the HHDs used to hang just on the cables :-(. Since this is a bit uncomfortable, I suppose they must have some dreams about (physically...) smaller drives. BTW, what does, actually, an 1.3" 20Mb HDD cost? Levente - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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