Bernoulli Box controller?
RichA at vulcan.com
Fri Aug 15 16:36:57 CDT 2008
From: Eric Smith
Sent: Friday, August 15, 2008 11:52 AM
> Rich Alderson wrote:
>> The original Macintosh-compatible Bernoulli Box hooked to the
>> external floppy interface, and was available in 10MB and 20MB.
> I never saw one that hooked to the floppy interface, but it's
> certainly possible.
Several of us at the UofChicago Comp Center bought 128K Macs when
they came out. One of the other people in the systems programming
group bought a Mac Bernoulli Box as soon as it was announced.
It was definitely the external floppy port.
>> SCSI didn't come to the Mac until the SE, as I remember things.
> SCSI appeared on the Macintosh Plus, introduced in early 1986.
> The SE was introduced in April 1987.
> Most of the early Iomega Bernoulli products used SASI.
Wouldn't know about that.
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