Floppy Drive

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Dataindustrier AB - Periphials
1982 ABC 838 - 2x 8" 1 MB floppy drive 1982 ABC 830 - 2x 5,25" 160 kB floppy drive 1982 ABC 890 - 8x ABC-bus slot expansion 1982 ABC 815 - 14" monochrome screen 1983 ABC 812 - 14" colour screen 1983 ABC 850. 1985 ABC 1656 - 40-80 MB Harddisc and tape drive for backup ...
Casio FZ-1 - Technical Issues
... The floppy disk drive in the FZ-1 is also prone to failure ... These were difficult to replace as the FZ-1 used a non-standard drive ... The drive spun faster than normal IBM drives and it used the shugart bus rather than the PC/AT bus ...
Turbo Pascal - CP/M and DOS Versions
... required a computer running MS-DOS, CP/M, or CP/M-86 with 64kB of memory and a floppy drive, typically an Apple ][ with a CP/M card and a single 140kB floppy drive, or a PC ... spreadsheet called MicroCalc), would fit on a single floppy disc ... As it was common at the time for users to have only one floppy drive (and no hard drive), it was a great convenience to be able to fit the compiler and the program being written on a single disc ...
Compaq Portable II
... The basic Model 1 shipped one 5.25" floppy drive and 256kB of RAM ... The Model 2 added a second 5.25" floppy drive and sold for $3599 ... The Model 3 shipped with a 10MB hard disk in addition to one 5.25" floppy drive and 640kB of RAM for $4799 at launch ...
Apple II Family - Clones
... the Apple IIc Plus the built-in 3½-inch drive and accelerated processor were features Laser had pioneered ... and installed "between" the PC and its floppy drive(s), color display, and speaker, in a pass-through configuration ... of II software, and read and write Apple-formatted floppies through the standard PC floppy drive ...

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