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floptical

(ˈflɒptɪkəl)
n
a type of floppy disk invented in 1991, which combines optical and magnetic technology in order to produce greater storage density
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Designed for high-capacity SuperDisk 240 MB media, the unit is also compatible with LS-120 MB, standard 1.
Modular drive options include a CD-RW, DVD-ROM(2), LS-120, CD-ROM, or a second HDD through use of NEC Computer's VersaBay(TM) III technology.
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.
These include CD-ROM drives, CD-Recorders, DVD-ROM and DVD-RAM drives, LS-120 floppy drives and, of course, hard drives.
The program is targeted for use with Iomega Zip drives, but works also for Jaz disks, CD-ROMs, SuperDisk LS-120, 1.
It also promises to be much cheaper than Imation Corp's LS-120 "Superdisk," which is compatible with 1.
42 provides complete hardware diagnostics for today's technology, including Pentium II and Deschutes processors, DVD devices, LS-120 drives, 9+GB hard drives, USB, and AGP video.
The Imation SuperDisk and Compaq's LS-120 cost about $100, and the Sony HiFD drive and the Iomega Zip drive each set you back about $200.
The new LS-120 floppy disk announced last week by 3M and Matsushita-Kotobuki Electronics Industries Ltd.