CFFA 3000 Run # 5 Goes On Sale

R&D Automation LLC has put the CFFA 3000 card on sale once again.  Run # 5, totaling 1000 units is expected to go fairly quickly judging from the demand for it. The CFFA 3000 Card which allows users to use compact flash and USB drives to emulate hard drives and floppy drives with real Apple II series hardware, is being sold on the R&D automation website for $174.95 for just the bare card and $374.95 for a completely ready to go card with remote control and pre-formated compact flash card.

The $374 version is a special signed edition and is limited to 50 units with the first one slated to go to Steve Wozniak according to information provided by Rich Dreher on the run.  The special edition card will also come in Red.

For more information or to order the CFFA 3000,  check out their website at:

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