Originally Posted by twilyth
I think I put those exact same definitions in my question. I did look them up. But fine, don't answer the question I actually asked and get all snarky about it. It's not like I give a shit you know.
Heh, sorry. I see now that you did. It was getting late here and I was quite distracted. The definitions were more for [ION] than anyone else.
SATA DOMs are a disk drive that looks just like a USB flash drive, except it plugs directly into a SATA header. FDM's are the same thing, except using a 40 or 44-pin IDE header. I don't know why the SATA ones aren't called FDMs as well, seeing as they are both a type of FDM.