A 120MB Super Disk -- Floptical Disk | Nostalgia Nerd
Old technology, don't you just love it. There was a time when floppy disk was king. Indeed for many, it remains so. But there was also a time when 120MB of data, even 240MB of data could be squeezed on a humble 3.5" floppy disk. This is a relaxing look at that very medium; The SuperDisk LS120 and LS240, floptical disk drives. A range designed by 3M to go head to head with Iomega's ZIP drive and achieve the title of Floppy Disk: The Next Generation.
Also, if you're unsure what the difference between MiB and MB is take a look at simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mebibyte
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