Here's our Hardware Tip for.. January 4, 2002
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New PC Components--Part 2 of 4
Many PC manufacturers still include a floppy drive in the computer whether you like it or not. A floppy drive is a legacy piece of hardware we just can't seem to let go of. With some PC makers, however, you can opt for a SuperDisk drive that the manufacturer will install in place of a regular floppy drive. SuperDisk drives work with 120MB SuperDisk media, and they can also read and write regular 1.44MB floppies. If you share disks with other PCs (or PC users) that use SuperDisk media, you might consider this type of swap the next time you purchase a new PC.