SD2IEC 1541 Disk Emulation With DiskSwap and Reset/Root buttons.
NOW WITH 3 BUTTONS - AUTO GENERATE AUTOSWAP FILE
NEW IMPROVED Custom moulded high quality C64c/C128/C128D/Vic20 style case with logo!
Supports JiffyDos, Geos, Final Cartridge III, Exos, TurboDisk, Epyx FastLoad, Speeddisk and Dreamload Fastloaders.
Compatible with D64,D71,D81,M2I and PRG file formats
LOAD and SAVE files the same you would with a real disk drive
Defaulted to drive 8. EG.. LOAD"$",8 - Drive ID can be changed via BASIC
User guide included
NEW v4 PCB with Atmega 1284p
Bootloader & Latest firmware pre-installed
Firmware upgradable via SDcard - sw2-m1284p
Case colour was chosen after studying many old Commodore products. It's not a perfect match but it is in keeping with the C64c,Vic20 and peripherals. Sparked finished polycarbonate. Reset/Root button resets the SD2IEC and not the computer. Status LED's visable via buttons.
Standard Worldwide only shipping £3.75 - Express tracked options also available
C16/Plus4 – PS/2 style cassette connector – C16/Plus4 Only
Vic/64/128 – Flat cassette connector – Vic20/64/64c/128/128D rear cassette port
C16/Plus4/Vic/64/128 – PS/2 and Flat cassette connectors - Vic20/64/64c/128/128d(r)/C16/Plus4
Userport Powered – Userport connector - Vic20/64/64c/SX64/128/128d/Plus4
Userport Powered + C16 – Userport and PS/2 style connector - Vic20/64/64c/SX64/128/128d/Plus4/C16
USB Powered – Externally powered, but you’ll need to supply your own PSU
SD2IEC firmware is available as Gnu Public License v2
Visit www.sd2iec.de and may I suggest donate to the SD2IEC firmware author/developer Ingo Korb
Customer Reviews 1 item(s)
- This SD2IEC is where it's at!
This is seriously one of the coolest items that you could ever get for the C64 or 128. Forget 30-year-old disks, forget elderly, 40MB hard drives... this gives you the best of all of those worlds in a solid state package.
Sure, SD2IECs have been around for a while, but what sets this one apart is the build quality. This thing feels like it would have been something that Commodore would've made, if they were still around and still doing anything with their 8-bit lineup. From the quality cabling, to the excellent construction, to the LEDs that work just like a real drives... right down to the little sticker on the front that says "Commodore." The textures and colors match, the SD card clicks into and out of place. And it SCREAMS with the Epyx Fastload Reloaded.
This is not a half-assed product, and is something I HIGHLY recommend for everyone that still uses a Commodore 8-bit machine.