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Re: [ProgSoc] $0.02
On Thu, 11 Jun 1998, Matt wrote:
> magneto-optical drives that support backward compatibility to 1.44
> have been around sine '91 and they havent taken off. *shrug* it seems
At the years passed, it become obvious the only challenging factor was
market share. I think Iomega had the knack of marketing skill (still do,
AFAIK) and found some good price/performance ratios. 100MB, 1GB and now
the little Klik doobies. I'd love a PC-Card Klik drive. They're 20MB
each and so =cute=.
> the market doesnt want it. iomega's big problem right now is
This is something to keep an eye on. I wonder if the Zip has enough
momentum to go beyond Iomega now. Do you have a web page where the latest
situation on Iomega is explained?
BTW, to the person who said Zips are slow: You're not still using the
parallel version, are you?
> p.s. can people put a "--" as the first line of their signature?
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