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Short Take: Imation SuperDisk drive gets USB capability

Imation and Panasonic will develop a "plug-and-play" version of a floppy drive that accommodates 120MB disks. On the heels of Apple's announcing its universal serial bus-compatible iMac desktop, the two companies said they will come out with a USB SuperDisk drive that can read and write 120MB, 1.44MB, and 720K diskettes in either PC or Macintosh format.The drive is due in August, the same time as the iMac.

Imation and Panasonic will develop a "plug-and-play" version of a floppy drive that accommodates 120MB disks. On the heels of Apple's announcing its universal serial bus-compatible iMac desktop, the two companies said they will come out with a USB SuperDisk drive that can read and write 120MB, 1.44MB, and 720K diskettes in either PC or Macintosh format.The drive is due in August, the same time as the iMac.