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Old 01 April 2023, 07:27   #61
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In 1994 Archos released a cheap external CDROM drive with PCMCIA interface. It had a proprietary Mitsumi drive in it. BSC also had a PCMCIA interface that worked with Mitsumi drives. Before that in 1993 they had a card for 'big box' Amigas which supported Mitsumi drives as well as IDE and ATAPI (which wasn't a thing until 1995).
It was a good X2 CD-ROM drive, I bougth it but it wasn't cheap at all.
Seriously built and expensive price.
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The reason why I never got something like a Zappo PCMCIA CD-ROM drive for my A1200 was because even with the "CD32 emulator" disk none of these drives would run Lotus Trilogy. Seems silly but that's why I got one for my 486 instead.
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