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  • posted byNorthernDIY on 01/20/2016

    This super useful device lets you use a compact flash card as the hard drive in your retro computers that have an idea port. Mine is attached to a 486 and allows me to very quickly make changes to the disk or move files between it and a more modern computer. Highly recommended for retro computer... Read more


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  • posted bymadme on 04/23/2012

    handy when you need to change CF card frequently and to see if card is busy, because there is a red light on the back of the bracket wich is lit when write or reading action is performed. it works as it should work, only for older pc's. These days pc's are fitted with a SATA connector instead of... Read more

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  • posted byTomtom887754 on 04/19/2009

    - You can make cheap SSD system with it. - Rear mount, you can align many of them if you need it. - This adapter works with RAID cards, so you can bigger capacities or better transfer rate speed with two or more compact flash cards. - Access indicating LED - Simply recognized as a conventional by... Read more

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  • posted byTechnoWeenie on 11/28/2008

    This thing is great...easy to mount and easy to install. Worked perfectly when hooked to my XP box and then perfectly as well when hooked up in my arcade machine to replace a dead hard drive. Its nice to have the shielding around the CF card as well since I use it in an arcade setup where most of... Read more

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  • posted byAndroid on 04/07/2008

    This device provides a nice easy way to use a CF card as a hard drive without having to place an expensive USB based flash card reader into your system. The external card based mount point works well and it is very simple to install and use. This adapter does not know how to do UDMA, but it will... Read more

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