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Abit's Serillel ATA (0 Comments) (link)
 Wednesday, 21-August-2002  01:20:08 (GMT +10) - by Agg

Chainbolt sent word of a new gadget from ABIT, that lets you connect "normal" parallel-ATA hard drives to a serial-ATA controller as are starting the appear on new motherboards. It's called Serillel ATA. This is handy, because while motherboards with Serial ATA (in some cases, ONLY Serial ATA) are becoming more commonplace, we're yet to see any Serial ATA HDD's hitting the shelves.

Update: And no, the name ISN'T a typo.. Serillel ATA, Abit's name for this new gadget, is a combination of Seri (from Serial) and llel (from Parallel). Makes sense when you think about it. :)



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