Flash Path Floppy Disk Adapter for SmartMedia cards is an electronic device
shaped like a standard 3,5-inch floppy disk. It fits into and works from a 3,5-inch
1.44MB floppy disk drive. Flash Path has a slot in the side that accepts flash media
cards. To read data, images, audio files, and the like from your digital appliance,
simply remove the flash media card from the appliance and insert it into FlashPath.
Then insert FlashPath into your Atari's floppy disk drive and upload the media's content
to your Atari. Such a device will cost of about $85 and I found it at
But Note: I didn't check that combination on any of my Atari
SCSI PC Card Readers/Writers have been engineered with the needs of the digital
photographer as a priority. When used in a typical digital photography application,
the use of a PC Card Reader to transfer images from a full "digital film" card is at
least 100 times faster than using a serial interface found on some digital cameras and
up to 4 times faster than current USB connections. Also, by using a separate reader,
the camera is not required to e tethered to the computer during image transfer. In other
applications the reader/writer can be used as a very convenient method of transferring
large data files from a notebook oder handheld PC to a desktop computer.