PocketZip disk

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PocketZip disk

An earlier, low-cost, portable disk drive from Iomega. Introduced under the Clik! brand in 1999, it used floppy-like, 40MB cartridges that were half the size of a credit card and cost less than USD $10. The PocketZip drive connected to the computer via USB or PC Card, the latter containing a cartridge slot within the card itself. See magnetic disk.


PocketZip Cartridge
PocketZip drives were aimed at handheld devices requiring removable storage, such as PDAs and digital cameras.
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Fujifilm also partnered with Iomega to develop the highly successful Zip 100 disk, its Zip 250 follow-up and the Clik! Disk.
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media to store digital audio, and at about $10 for each 40MB Clik! disk, which is roughly 40 minutes or 12 near CD-quality songs, Clik
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A single 40MB Clik! disk, which Agfa includes with every standard offer, can store between 60 and 360 images, depending on the resolution setting.
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TM) digital camera will allow consumers to save approximately 60 megapixel, or near 35 millimeter quality, images on one removable 40MB Clik! disk that is about as affordable as purchasing and developing a roll of film.
digital camera, consumers now have the freedom to shoot a full Clik! disk of digital pictures, then simply change disks and resume shooting.
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