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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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4GB hard drive, 32x CD-ROM drive and a 120MB SuperDisk drive -- carries a suggested retail price of $1,249.
Winstation Systems Corporation today announced that its standard 1" high IDE SuperDisk drive, with LS-240 technology, is now offered to the O.
The Systemax SW15-T650 features a 650 MHz Pentium III, a 15-inch XGA screen, a 6x DVD-ROM drive, an LS-120 SuperDisk drive, and an 18GB hard drive.
We are very excited that Winstation is producing the 240-Mbyte standard IDE SuperDisk drive, this opens up an entire market that otherwise would have been left out of the new technology, said Richard Gadomski, Director of Marketing at Maxell America, a leading media manufacturer.
A multimedia bay accepts a floppy drive (standard), CD-RW, SuperDisk drive, CD-ROM, DVD, second HDD, or Tempo VIP(TM) telephone-line testing module.
4GB hard drive, an LS-120 SuperDisk drive and a 2X DVD-ROM drive.
44MB floppy drive, LS-120/240 SuperDISK drive or 640MB magneto optical (MO) removable media using FireWire or USB 2.
This is due primarily to weaker-than-expected demand for some of the Company's mature product lines, continued pricing pressures, lower SuperDisk drive sales and the negative effect of foreign currency pressures, particularly the Euro.
Imation and Dantz first collaborated in 1999 to bundle Retrospect Express Backup with the popular SuperDisk drive.
A fixed floppy disc drive stands above a modular bay, which accepts any one of the following devices: 24x (maximum) CD-ROM drive, LS-120 SuperDisk drive, DVD drive or a secondary hard disk drive.
The Imation Slimline IDE SuperDisk Drive -- available to