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I have a Macintosh IIsi with the PDS to NuBus adaptor.  the IIsi only has one slot, and I have heard that there is an expansion bay that hooks up to the NuBus slot and offers 4 to 6 extra NuBus slots, does anyone know of the existence of such a monster, and if so, what company made it and how can I reach them?
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Yes, there is such a monster. It's 5 or 6 years old, cost well over GBP1000 when new and was available (in the UK) from AM Micro (44-1392-426473), talk to Steve Hawkins.

Then again, assuming you can find this you'd probably spend the same money getting a Power Computing Power 100 (even second hand) which would give you NuBus and a 100MHz PPC601. Power 100's are still available in the UK from Computer Warehouse <http://www.computerwarehouse.co.uk> for GBP779+VAT.

This would give you a new, radically faster machine (it's basically an 8100/100) with 3 NuBus slots.
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