AMR SCSI Host Card & D60 Hard Drive
|AMR SCSI Host Card|
|Manufacturer||American Micro Research|
|Type||SCSI Hard Drive System|
|Original Price||$829 (with D60 Hard Drive)|
The AMR SCSI Host Card was supplied with hard drives from American Micro Research. The card supports two ProDOS volumes of up to 32MB, which may be two drives or two partitions on one drive. It is designed for use in an Apple //e or IIgs.
This card came with the AMR D60 external hard drive pictured. This is a 60 megabyte hard drive, which was the largest offered by AMR. The drive inside the external case is a Seagate ST-277N, a popular SCSI drive of the era.
This setup cost $829 in 1989, nearly $14 per megabyte. 30 and 43 megabyte versions were also available for $729 and $801, respectively.
AMR SCSI Card Manual in PDF format.
AMR Hard Drive Utility Disk - 3.5" - This 3.5" disk contains the AMR SCSI Utility 1.2, a demo version of Quality Computer's EasyDrive 1.5, and Apple's ProDOS Filer 1.1 utility. This is a ShrinkIt disk archive of a bootable 3.5 " ProDOS diskette.
AMR Hard Drive Utility Disk - 5.25" - This 5.25" disk contains the AMR SCSI Utility 1.2 and Apple's ProDOS Filer 1.1 utility. This is a ShrinkIt disk archive of a bootable 5.25" ProDOS diskette.
Advertisement for the AMR SCSI hard drive system from the May, 1989 issue of InCider Magazine.