}I would like to know which one of the two adapter cards one
}would reccomend to a IIsi purchaser who has no idea what
}type of expansion cards he may use in the future. Which one
}are most people ordering now??
you are going to install? True, you'll be without a math coprocessor in
the meantime, but something else to consider is this: As an example, I'll
assume you decide to purchase a Radius display board for your IIsi. Well,
if you get the PDS (SE/30) version, you'll get the adapter card free! Then
you would have wasted all that extra money to buy the adapter (and possibly
the wrong one) in the first place... Granted, the Radius adapter does not
include the math coprocessor, but the board is free, and there is a socket
on it to which you can add a coprocessor as an upgrade.
----- Steve Lemke, Engineering Quality Assurance, Radius Inc., San Jose -----
----- "I'm not a UNIX wizard, but I play the Postmaster at radius.com." -----