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General SCSI questions
Everybody says that SCSI is the major standard for
peripherals in the 1990s, and hence a good investment.
But how standard are the SCSI disk drives actually?
I have heard that at least Seagate uses its own SCSI
controller in PCs. If I want to buy an external drive
and use it now in my PC, can I later plug that into
a Sun with a SCSI interface? Or into a Mac?
Can I have a SCSI interface for the 3620?
In that case, what drive should I get, and can the SCSI
interface live with our existing drive controller in the 3620?
Thanks in advance, Hannu Saarenmaa