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Andre Hedrick wrote:
> >
> > I don't understand why you say this... CompactFlash, for example, is a
> > solid-state HDD device, and it speaks ATA just as well as any disk.
> > No special binaries required.
>
> This is my point.
>
> www.platypustechnology.com SSD/HDD's require a firmware load to make them
> become whatever, in this case storage thingy's.
>
> If it was going to be a storage solution, why create something that does
> not conform to T10/T13 rules. But then we have the beloved MTD's.
>

Ok, yes now I get it. Yes, this is stupid.

Anyone here have any experience with SmartMedia and if they are sane or
stupid?

-hpa

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