CompactFlash IDE interface launchedBy Chris Williams. Published: 21st Jun 2004, 10:08:57 | Permalink | Printable
If at first you don't succeed..AcornEvolution is back, and this time, it's offering hardware. The site is now currently selling RISC OS compatible IDE interfaces for CompactFlash cards as well as RAM upgrades and refurbished RiscPCs.
CompactFlash memory cards are normally found in gadgets like digital cameras and are silent due to having no moving parts. AcornEvolution can also provide advice on which CompactFlash cards to buy.
AcornEvolution first opened at the start of 2004, although we'll just help sweep that under the carpet.
AcornEvolution website - details, pricings
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