FDSKEY with 1GB Micro SD card

$49.00
$49.00
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Description

Fami-com Disk System drive emulator featuring a sleek OLED display

Micro SD card included (1gb)

*This is an open source product designed by ClusterM  

Production cooperation JL.Lab 

How you can use it:

  • You can run Famicom Disk System disk images from a microSD card
  • You can dump disks using a physical FDS drive without additional hardware/cables
  • You can write disks using a physical FDS drive without additional hardware/cables

Requirements:

  • Famicom
  • Famicom Disk System RAM adaptor

Now you can navigate through the FDSKey interface using the buttons. Left button usually means backright button usually means OK and up/down are used to select something (file, disk side, etc.) Also, you can long press the left button in the file browser to directly return to the main menu from a subfolder, and long press the right button to open the file properties menu.

WARNING: when a game writes some data to a virtual disk (i.e., saves game progress) don't turn off your Famicom power until the updated ROM has been saved to the SD card. Wait a second for it or eject a virtual disk (left button). A saving message will be displayed, do not turn off power while this message is visible.

簡単な使い方はレビューをご参照下さい。See review below for easy usage(Japanese)

レビュー動画はこちら Video(Japanese)


Firmware Updates:
You can always download the latest version at https://github.com/ClusterM/fdskey/releases
Remember, you can update the firmware by putting fdskey.bin on your SD card and holding all four buttons on power-on.

Please refer to GitHub for detailed usage and configuration.

LICENSE:

GNU General Public License v3.0

 

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Fami-com Disk System drive emulator featuring a sleek OLED display

Micro SD card included (1gb)

*This is an open source product designed by ClusterM  

Production cooperation JL.Lab 

How you can use it:

  • You can run Famicom Disk System disk images from a microSD card
  • You can dump disks using a physical FDS drive without additional hardware/cables
  • You can write disks using a physical FDS drive without additional hardware/cables

Requirements:

  • Famicom
  • Famicom Disk System RAM adaptor

Now you can navigate through the FDSKey interface using the buttons. Left button usually means backright button usually means OK and up/down are used to select something (file, disk side, etc.) Also, you can long press the left button in the file browser to directly return to the main menu from a subfolder, and long press the right button to open the file properties menu.

WARNING: when a game writes some data to a virtual disk (i.e., saves game progress) don't turn off your Famicom power until the updated ROM has been saved to the SD card. Wait a second for it or eject a virtual disk (left button). A saving message will be displayed, do not turn off power while this message is visible.

簡単な使い方はレビューをご参照下さい。See review below for easy usage(Japanese)

レビュー動画はこちら Video(Japanese)


Firmware Updates:
You can always download the latest version at https://github.com/ClusterM/fdskey/releases
Remember, you can update the firmware by putting fdskey.bin on your SD card and holding all four buttons on power-on.

Please refer to GitHub for detailed usage and configuration.

LICENSE:

GNU General Public License v3.0