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high-capacity floppy

Early removable disks that used a technology similar to floppy disks but provided a considerable increase in capacity over the standard 1.44MB 3.5" medium. See Zip disk, LS-120 and HiFD disk.
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which has decided to put the new high-capacity floppy drive in two of its Deskpro office computers as a standard feature starting April 2.
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