"You can program a 29L3211 with nothing more than a $6 Arduino Mega and a 3.3V voltage regulator. I've written the necessary code and uploaded it here. So that would be the cheapest option.
But since most people want plug and play, this option might not be the right one for you. "https://github.com/sanni/cartreader/blo ... /README.md
"Basicly, you would buy the Arduino Mega and convert it to 3.3V(google "Converting an Arduino to 3.3V") since the 29L3211 does not like 5V connected to its VCC/OE/WE pins.
Then you would connect the 29L3211 to said Arduino according to the pinout.xls on my github(programming is done in 8bit mode, so it needs less wires).
How you connect the flashrom to the Arduino doesn't matter, you can wire it directly, you can use a fancy zif socket or a tsop to dip adapter pcb.
You would also need to connect a SD card to the Arduino, which again is just wires to Arduino pins, no other components. You can use one of those microSD to SD adapters that come with every micro SD card to create a SD slot."
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