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Aporte original por: R Trent ,

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A little story about PATA and ZIF; while they are two different things, they seem to sometimes be used interchangeably.  I found this explanation on WikiAnswers [http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_zif_and_pata_are_they_the_same_type_of_drive_connections|HERE].

Best I've been able to gather, if someone says ZIF when talking about connecting an HDD then they are referring to a PATA connection in the ZIF style, because ZIF isn't a connection type, but rather "merely a concept in connections."

With the PATA connection for the air maybe being custom built for apple, I find dubiousness. If it is custom made to be different from a standard PATA connection then it can't really be called PATA because it wouldn't conform to the standard.

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