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The Icon Bar: General: Simtec 8-bit IDE interface for Acorn A3000
 
  Simtec 8-bit IDE interface for Acorn A3000
  Steve101 (17:36 2/3/2014)
 
Steve Slater Message #123095, posted by Steve101 at 17:36, 2/3/2014
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Hi,

Does anyone have any experience of fitting one of these?:

'Simtec 8-bit IDE interface for Acorn A30x0'

I'm wondering whether its straightforward enough to do. Seems like a really handy piece of kit and a lot more reliable than having a big metal hard drive sticking out the back of the machine.

The Retro-kit site shows one fixed:

http://www.retro-kit.co.uk/page.cfm/content/Simtec-8bit-IDE-interface/

Cheers,

Steve.

{APOLOGIES FOR THE DOUBLE POST - NOT SURE HOW THAT HAPPENED]

[Edited by Steve101 at 17:37, 2/3/2014]
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The Icon Bar: General: Simtec 8-bit IDE interface for Acorn A3000