[Coladam] A Adamnet USB Disk Drive would be very cool product topurchase

Ron Mitchell bytehacker at shaw.ca
Sat Jun 23 16:29:32 EDT 2007

You can put me in that category too......  one who would be interested in 
purchasing such a drive.


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From: <shonmccallum at juno.com>
To: <coladam at adamcon.org>
Sent: Saturday, June 23, 2007 11:46 AM
Subject: [Coladam] A Adamnet USB Disk Drive would be very cool product 

            This Steven Tucker guy has made some very nice products. I just 
purchased 2 of his 128-in 1 Flash Multicart. Which allows one to copy 128 
colecovision rom images to one cartridge using a USB cable. The cartridge 
works beautifully and has a nice menu and every rom image works. If your 
into colecovision games this is a awesome product to own. Check out the link
http://www.atarimax.com/usbcoleco/documentation/ Nice for backing up games 
and saving wear and tear on the cartridge slot. <?xml:namespace prefix = o 
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As we all are aware working power supplies and disk drives for the Adam are 
valuable and hard to find. Used coleco disk drives run for over $100 on 
EBAY. I own a Micro Innovations 3 ½" 1.44 MB Disk Drive for the Adam and I 
wish I could purchase another one so I could have two. If Steve Tucker is 
able to make an AdamNET hardware that uses a USB port then this would be 
better then owning an <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = 
"urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />Adam Hard Drive, floppy 
drive, or Digital Data drive. I and many other people would be willing to 
purchase a USB Adamnet drive. Blank 32MB USB flash memory can be purchased 
for $2.99. Higher capacity USB flash memory can be purchased for $5-$10 that 
is larger then any Adam hard drive every created.
            An AdamNet USB disk drive would be an awesome product to own. 
With USB memory prices continuing to fall this would be the ideal media to 
backup all Adam programs to. A flash memory drive would also be super fast.
            I would purchase a Flash memory disk drive for the Adam. Also an 
Adam to USB windows PC connection also sounds interesting. Better yet would 
be a high quality Adam windows emulator running under windows Vista and XP.

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