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Cloud-9 SuperIDE Interface

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Cloud-9's SuperIDE Interface

SuperIDE Interface

IDE And CompactFlash For Your CoCo!

This revolutionary new CoCo product from Cloud-9 brings a plethora of storage options to your Color Computer! Hook up any IDE drive or CompactFlash device to your CoCo for use under Disk BASIC or NitrOS-9! The SuperIDE interface is the first mass produced product for the CoCo to utilize high-density parts which draw very little power.

Another CoCo First: the SuperIDE also features FOUR software/hardware selectable banks of user-programmable FLASH! No more burning EPROMs, no more opening the case. With the provided software, you can easily flash any image into one of the 16K banks. Put your favorite DOS or even a ROM Pak into a bank and instantly load it onto your Color Computer!

Standard Features

  • Supports hard drives and CompactFlash devices
  • On-board CompactFlash socket
  • 40 pin IDE connector
  • 64K of user programmable FLASH
  • Supports NitrOS-9 and Disk BASIC (using HDB-DOS)
  • Comes with FLASH programming software and test utilities under Disk BASIC
  • Real-time clock

(from the Cloud-9 website)