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Adding a SCSI Device

The Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) devices may be more common in Macintosh computers than in most PCs, but the daisy-chained bus is still often found on scanners, high-performance hard disks, and other devices. Although more expensive than the popular enhanced IDE bus found on many PCs today, SCSI enjoys several key advantages:

  • Higher maximum throughputs

  • More efficient multitasking

  • Support for both external and internal devices

  • Convenient daisy-chained setup


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