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All Z-400+ systems feature an open drive bay that allows the addition of a second floppy drive, tape back-up system, CD-ROM or second hard drive with support for master/slave operations.
USB Floppy Drive is housed in a durable, shock-resistant case that easily fits into a shirt pocket or purse.
Film Readers, Adapters, External Floppy Drives and Accessories
2 computer maker said floppy drives had been overtaken by technologies such as USB flash memory, which offers greater storage capacity, and would become an option on its Dimension 8250 models.
The first 51/4in floppy drive was introduced by Shugart Associates in 1976 to be compatible with IBM's mainframe computers, then made the transition to the company's early personal computers.
Then I pulled the DiskOnKey out of my laptop's USB port and inserted it into the USB port on my wife's laptop, which has a floppy drive.
Many sophisticated technology users find the ultimate in computing versatility is achieved through the hot-swappable multi-drive bays (including removable CD-RW and DVD-ROM drives), optional second 10 GB hard drive(3), floppy drive and an optional battery bay with the Sony VAIO PCG-XG Series.
A floppy-disk drive, or simply a floppy drive, allows you to store your work on a removable disk.
These insert into a floppy drive and cannot be removed without a key.
Yes, the low end is still being served: Imation is filling the most basic storage niche in the Apple universe with a USB floppy drive targeted, of course, at those Macs which Jobs long ago decreed should have no rotating storage onboard at all.
2 pounds, including an AC adapter and CD-ROM drive, which can be swapped out for a floppy drive.