MicroSD Drive Poses As Mini Atari 810 Floppy

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MicroSD Drive Poses As Mini Atari 810 Floppy

We owned an Atari 800, when I was a kid, and also owned the full-size original version of this drive, as I recall. Rossum built this tiny simulacrum around an MicroSD drive that uses 8 GB cards. The case is a 3D print from Shapeways. [via Boing Boing]

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10 thoughts on “MicroSD Drive Poses As Mini Atari 810 Floppy

  1. TotalMonkey says:

    Pictured is either an 800XL or a 600XL.

  2. John Wilson says:

    Makes me think that it would be interesting to have a whole line miniaturized classic computers. Maybe 1/8th scale systems. Apple, Atari, Commodores and Tandys!

  3. Jerry Adlersfluegel says:

    Oh man, I want an Apple disk ][ drive like this.

  4. Lorinc Del Motte says:

    Good for some Montezuma’s Revenge or Jumpman, methinks.

  5. brad r says:

    try retroflashes.com – more mini flash drive computers

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