Ultrasatan - CASED

Disco duro para los ordenadores de 16Bits Atari ST, STe, y TT. Disponible en caja metálica, o acrílica transparente. La versión transparente no está disponible.

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Ultrasatan is a hard disk replacement for Atari 16Bit computers. Device is confirmed to work with ATARI ST/STE/TT - TOS 1.4 or higher recommended. Device uses two sd card slots, where each card is recognised as different ACSI device in chain.

Inside box:

Cased Ultrasatan device - ST metal grey colour


• External ACSI-DB19 HQ Connection cable is available as option on this page
• Device has been tested with a lot of different models of SD Cards, and should works properly with all SD Cards present on the market. Unfortunately there are lots of fake/bad flash medias (SD Cards/CF Cards/USB keys...) on the market. So we recommend you to care about the SD Card selection and also choose a good provider. To ensure you the best experience with our products and avoid issues with fake/bad SD Cards we have decided to offer you a selection of tested and certified working SD Cards. These cards are available as option on this page.

Technical details:

• USB-C power supply ( any mobile phone power charger will work) 
• connects to external ACSI port of Atari 16bit
• supports MMC, SD and SDHC cards - tested with cards from 16 MB to 8 GB and works OK on ST
• drivers: ICD PRO (free),  HDDRIVER (commercial) and PeraPutnik (commercial) compatible.
• you can change the INQUIRY name of device (the string that shows when hard disk driver shows the currently connected ACSI devices)

Before buying - Please read DISCLAIMER by Jookie/ designer of original hardware.
Some atari ste have faulty DMA chips, making SD CARD not usuable after write operations. Please, follow this guide to check it.

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