SuperDisk

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SuperDisk

An earlier floppy disk drive from Imation Corporation, Oakdale, MN (www.imation.com) that used 120MB disks based on the LS-120 technology. Standard floppies could also be used in the drive. The SuperDisk was discontinued in 2003. See LS-120.
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The CD-Writer drive has a slimmer form than the LS-120 drive or zip drive, making it an ideal choice for a mobile PC.
In these days when a user with a CD-ROM drive and one hard drive may want to add a CD-Recorder, a second hard drive, perhaps a DVD-ROM drive and, maybe, even an LS-120 drive, the four device limit may also be a problem.
I've already used those connections for a DVD-ROM drive, a CD-RW drive, and a LS-120 drive.
DVD-ROM drive -- CD-ROM drive -- CD-RW drive -- Floppy disk drive -- SuperDisk(TM) LS-120 drive -- Second hard disk drive
The Latitude LS uses the same external peripherals(c), including DVD-ROM, CD-ROM, floppy disk and LS-120 drive, as the mainstream Latitude C-family notebooks.
All Latitude C-family notebooks share the same docking hardware and peripherals, including DVD-ROM, CD-ROM, floppy disk drive, additional hard disk drive, LS-120 drive and AC adapter.
All Latitude C-family notebooks share the same docking and peripherals, including DVD-ROM, CD-ROM, floppy disk drive, additional hard disk drive, LS-120 drive and AC adapter.
Also, all Latitude C-family notebooks share the same A/C adapter and peripherals including DVD-ROM, CD-ROM, floppy disk and additional hard disk drive and LS-120 drive.
0GB, 6GB, 10GB (available in mid-April) -- Innovative, modular, all-in-one design allows for a built-in floppy drive or SuperDisk LS-120 drive, hard disk and a modular VersaBay drive -- 14.
For more information on the SuperDisk LS-120 drive, visit http://www.
2GB hard drive; PCI-based 64-voice Wavetable audio, an advanced Synaptics TouchWriter(TM) touchpad/writing device offering signature capture and sketching capabilities, and a modular bay that can be used with any of a variety of storage media -- diskette drive, CD-ROM, Zip(TM) drive, LS-120 drive or DVD.