Photos: Cracking open the Iomega zip drive

TechRepublic cracks open another gadget--this time, one of the first Zip drives widely available.

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This historic piece of equipment was a popular external storage solutions for years. Our sister site TechRepublic is rather fond of digging into the workings of electronics, and CNET News.com has a gallery of its effort. Have a look-see at the drive's insides here: Cracking open the Iomega zip drive

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