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The Icon Bar: News and features: DigiFlash2 - card reading boogaloo
 

DigiFlash2 - card reading boogaloo

Posted by Richard Goodwin on 11:28, 8/5/2003 | , , , , , , ,
 
DigiFlash2 LogoStuart Tyrrell, of Development fame, writes to let us know that DigiFlash 2 is now available.

Produced in conjunction with Surftec, DigiFlash2 is a media card reader that allows you to access data on CompactFlash type 1 and SmartMedia cards. This means you can read and write to those small cards widely used in digital cameras, MP3 players and so on. For instance, the Olympus camera range sold by Photodesk Ltd. use SmartMedia, and the cards are now around 20 quid ex-VAT for 128MB storage.

The card reader is USB, which means you need a Simtec USB card; a Castle/Iyonix version was being worked on, but has not yet come to fruition.

The card reader, which can also be used on PCs, costs 59.95 fully inc. The Simtec USB card is available for 89.00, similarly inclusive. Contact Stu or Surftec for purchasing or further details.
 

  DigiFlash2 - card reading boogaloo
  (11:42 8/5/2003)
  andypoole (11:49 8/5/2003)
    Booga Loo Developmen (11:49 8/5/2003)
      rich (11:52 8/5/2003)
        rich (11:55 8/5/2003)
          andrew (12:56 8/5/2003)
 
Dave Message #92139, posted at 11:42, 8/5/2003
Unregistered user We need more boogaloo articles! Good to see Rich leading from the front here. Perhaps we could rename TIB to be "The Icon Bar - Your one stop station for RISCOS Boogaloo", although we need to be wary of Drobe trying to steal our thunder and launching Drobe II: Electric Boogaloo...
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Andrew Poole Message #92140, posted by andypoole at 11:49, 8/5/2003, in reply to message #92139
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Pardon me for asking, but... what is a boogaloo?
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Booga Loo Developmen Message #92141, posted at 11:49, 8/5/2003, in reply to message #92140
Unregistered user How fitting. There's even a Boogaloo Stu.
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Richard Goodwin Message #92142, posted by rich at 11:52, 8/5/2003, in reply to message #92141
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How fitting. There's even a Boogaloo Stu.
"my panties are chafing my arsecrack like a cheesewire slicing pork"? Indeed!
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Richard Goodwin Message #92143, posted by rich at 11:55, 8/5/2003, in reply to message #92142
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Did I say 20 quid for 128MB cards?
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Andrew Message #92144, posted by andrew at 12:56, 8/5/2003, in reply to message #92143
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Tyrellific!
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