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AVA 103D Winchester/Floppy Disk Exerciser

From the era when they used to actually fix things. A device was generally an investment. Now it's just a commodity. Imagine actually repairing a floppy or hard drive. I know, I can :)

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Winchester 30-30 - Notable Hard Disk Storage Devices

Paying homage to the IBM 3340, as the original design was to have two spindles of platters, each 30 megabytes, but as typical with technology, someone will always figure out a way to do it better and before the product even launched, it was already available in larger capacities of 35 and 70 megabyte spindles, but the term Winchester Disk stayed.

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