The Apple-II cassette interface is simple, fast, and I think most reliable. The data transfer rate averages over 180 bytes per second, and the recording scheme is compatible with the interface used with the Apple-I.
Back in the day... the wonderful day... I recall needing to upgrade my Apple IIe and decided to make the plunge and purchase a meg of memory. The cost? $100.
Can consumers even use individual RAM chips anymore? The ones that come on DIMMs pretty much require a wave solder machine to attach to usable traces.
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