Was the Plextor PX-716A ever a SCSI drive?

vbimport

#1

Bought one off ebay and just realized that in the description it says “Interface: SCSI”. This model I believe was released late 2004 and IDE was very common and SATA just around the corner. Did they ever make a SCSI 716? Wouldn’t that interface have been pretty much done by 2004? I think its just a type-o from the seller but cannot be 100%.

Any help would be nice… as I guess it will be a surprise when it comes in the mail. Ohhh I love surprises!

Kit


#2

As far as I know, there were no Plextor SCSI DVD writers. The last Plextor SCSI drive that I know of was the PX-1210S CD writer.

James.


#3

Yeah, I don’t think it is. Because its a 716A its an ide. I currently have the 716SA which is of course the sata version. Must have just been overlooked by the seller.

Thanks James!

Kit


#4

There was also a PX-716AL which was a slot loading drive. The last SCSI device was definitely a CD-RW and was released in 2000.

BA


#5

Really?
I thought there were few drives with an external SCSI adaptor bridge…


#6

[QUOTE=chef;2593160]
I thought there were few drives with an external SCSI adaptor bridge…[/QUOTE]

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