For you old Apple IIGS users

I’ve been wracking my brain, trying to remember something I had for my old Apple IIGS about 25 years ago. It was an internal third-party card that was a battery-powered RAM disk that was years ahead of its time. Does anyone else remember what this was called? I wanted to talk about this on a podcast, but I can’t remember the name of it.

UPDATE: It’s a well-known phenomenon that as soon as you ask a question like this in an online forum, no matter how much research you’ve already done, you will immediately find what you’re looking for.

I was thinking of the Applied Engineering RAMKeeper. If you’re interested seeing the glorious early 90s tech, here’s the manual: APPLIED ENGINEERING EY5QGRAMKEEPER USER MANUAL Pdf Download | ManualsLib

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I kind of miss DIP ICs.