I'm brand new to the Apple II and vintage computer community (unless you count mechanical calculators). I have a question about some add-ons for the Apple IIGS (although the add-ons work for other II models). I have a Floppy EMU model C for running Apple IIGS and emulating floppy drives. I quite like the device but I would like to have a mass storage device like the ReActiveMicro Drive/Turbo in my Apple IIGS to boot into GS/OS and store images.
My question is this, if I get the ReActiveMicro Drive/Turbo in my IIGS, would I be able to use the Floppy emu to transfer 3.5" and 5.23" floppy disk images into the hard disk format of the Drive/Turbo?
I do not like the idea of opening the case and removing the compact flash every time I want to add software. I am concerned that it will be impossible to transfer the disk images from the floppy emu to the Drive/Turbo hard drive, but I simply do not know enough about how they operate together. I could get an Uthernet and transfer files from PC, but I already have the floppy emu and would prefer that route.
Thank you for any help!