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You can also fit a freecom FC-1 combined CD/RW & card reader into an Iyonix.

I went down this route because the mitsumi floppy / card reader won't be available in black until july according to their website :-(

I am waiting to see if my wife's new Antec case which has built in card reader will work as well when her Iyonix turns up and it gets recased... :-)

 is a RISC OS Userepistaxsis@work on 14/6/04 8:58AM
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