Wtd: ESDI 3.5" hd + hd ?'s

From: Zane H. Healy <healyzh_at_ix.netcom.com>
Date: Tue Jan 6 00:23:17 1998

>First off, though not quite 10 years, I'd love to find an affordable 3.5"
>ESDI hard drive in the 100-500mb range for my PS/2 model 70 lunchbox.
>Second, Does anyone know when the various hard drive interfaces were
>developed? The ones I can think of include:
>MFM (early 80's?)
>RLL (late 80's?)
>SCSI (late 70's?)
>ESDI (?)
>any others? Thanks...

Some of the models of the Atari ST series had a port to connect ACSI hard
drives, in fact I think all of them except the Falcon had a port for this,
from what I understand it was pretty hidious.

Sounds simular to the HD's originally used on the Macintosh 128/512 that
connected to the external floppy contector (no idea what it was, probably


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