Archive for ‘Storage’

Apple 5.25″ Drive

The Apple PC 5.25 Drive provided easy data exchange between Apple computers and MS-DOS formatted 5.25″ 360Kb disks.

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DuoDisk

The DuoDisk combined two Unidisk 5.25 drives in a single enclosure and used a special cable that was detachable from the drive (unlike the single UniDisk 5.25 drive).

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Profile 5Mb

The Apple Profile 5Mb drive was the first hard drive produced by Apple and retailed for $3499.

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Apple IIc Disk Drive

The Apple IIc Disk Drive was an accessory external 5.25″ drive marketed to be used with the Apple IIc.

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Hard Disk 20SC

The Apple Hard Disk 20SC was a 20Mb external hard drive solution for the Macintosh Plus, SE, II and Apple II series of computers.

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Disk II

The Apple Disk II was the first external storage device for the Apple II line of computers, providing up to 140K of external storage on floppy disks.

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Disk III

The Apple Drive III was an external floppy drive designed for the Apple /// and Apple ///+.

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Tape Backup 40SC

The Apple Tape Backup 40SC, launched in 1987, was a SCSI based peripheral for Macintosh owners to backup and restore up to 40Mb of critical data.

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PC 5.25 Drive

The Apple PC 5.25 Drive was aimed at providing easy data exchange between Apple computers and MS-DOS formatted 5.25″ 360Kb disks.

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Macintosh Hard Disk 20

The Macintosh Hard Disk 20 was the first hard drive produced by Apple. It was specifically for use with the Macintosh 512K and Macintosh Plus and was the first in a line of subsequent external storage products to support the Macintosh line of computers.

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