Classic Computer Magazine Archive ST-Log ISSUE 22 / AUGUST 1988 / PAGE 11

Supra Ships New Drives

Supra Corp. the leading hard-disk supplier to the Atari market, has released the FD10, a 10-megabyte removable floppy-disk drive that runs about as fast as a normal hard disk. With the FD10 you can change disks, impossible for a hard disk, so backing up your information is easy. The FD10 sells for $895.00.

Supra has also begun shipping a 45-Megabyte hard disk that is installed inside a Mega ST. The unit is installed by Supra dealers. At a cost of $1,095, the new Supra unit is quite a bargain.

Finally, Supra has announced that all of their hard-disk drives will use a redesigned controller which includes output to SCSI hard disks and DMA devices (such as the Atari hard disk or Atari Laser Printer). The new controller also has a battery-powered clock to reset your ST's internal clock whenever you turn on your ST. Upgrading your existing Supra controller will cost approximately $100. Contact Supra for more information.

Supra Corp.
1133 Commerical Way
Albany, OR 97321
(503) 967-9075