All Ataris, the Milan040/060, the CT060, the Suska board and MIST.
Atari SH/Megafile, SCSI, IDE and ATAPI drives, SATA devices with IDE-to-SATA adapter, removable media drives, SSDs, memory cards.
Drives of any capacity. SCSI drives with a capacity > 1 GiB connected to the ACSI bus require a suitable host adapter to use their full capacity, e.g. an adapter by Inventronik, an ICD Link or a LINK96/97.
The GigaFile SD card drive by Inventronik and the UltraSatan SD card drive by Lotharek (latest firmware required).
8 configurable sub-units (LUNs) per SCSI/ACSI device.
Up to 8 IDE/SATA devices (2 with Falcon IDE or the Thunder IDE interface for the TT, 4 with Milan IDE or the MonSTer board, 8 with The Doubler).
Automatic detection of ACSI hardware (e.g. ICD-compatible host adapter, GigaFile or UltraSatan) that supports high capacity media.
With many optical drives DVD-RAM, DVD+RW and BD-RE media can be used like regular removable media, e.g. for backups.
With TOS 16 (A:-P:), with MagiC 25 (A:-Z: except U:), with MiNT or Big-DOS 31 (A:-Z: except U:, 1:-6:) drives.
Partition sizes of up to 1 GiB (2 GiB with Big-DOS), depending on the TOS version (see FAQ for details).
With MagiC or MiNT access to VFAT and FAT32 partitions (long filenames, virtually unlimited partition size).
With MiNT access to Linux partitions (EXT2).
Windows (Windows XP and newer) compatible partitioning (including FAT32)
with the Atari.