One of my previous blog posts that is about recreating Atari XL/XE floppy disks describes a SIO2USB interface inside my Atari 65XE. The advantage of it is that it includes a switch that lets you toggle between the USB connection and the SIO port. This way you can easily switch between a real and virtual floppy disk that can be mounted with AspeQt software and copy real floppy disks to disks images and the other way around.
I was very fortunate to get this vintage computer from my friend Eric. This Acorn Archimedes A3010 was produced in 1992 by Acorn Computers and was based upon an ARM250 RISC microprocessor. Right away I proceeded to connect the computer to see if it still was in a working condition.