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Spares - Compact Flash/GD-ROM/Dimm Board Spares - 839-1364 [Sega SCSI Compact Flash Reader for Naomi/Triforce/Chihiro]

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839-1364 [Sega SCSI Compact Flash Reader for Naomi/Triforce/Chihiro] Compact Flash/GD-ROM/Dimm Board Spares
Company:SEGA
Year:2010
Price:140.00 GBP
Condition:New
Available:No Stock
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   About 839-1364 [Sega SCSI Compact Flash Reader for Naomi/Triforce/Chihiro]     
This is the offical SCSI Compact Flash reader for Naomi/Triforce and Chihiro with CF firmware - the unit is primarly for users with original Sega Compact Flash cards - although there is ability to use OEM cards on Naomi with a custom 4.02 firmware (which I will not supply), anyone with google can get all the information needed to build OEM CF cards for Naomi system.

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Supplied with metal shield box (#610-0808) - not photographed.
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