World's Crappiest Drives (was Re: A&J Microdrive)

From: Bill Dawson <>
Date: Tue Dec 5 00:18:25 2000

-> > Any challengers for worst storage device?
-> Yes-- The KALOK Octagon-20. The absolute worst
-> MFM drive (and perhaps the worst rotating memory of
-> *any* sort) ever manufactured.

I think they are great storage devices. I use the cover from one on my
workbench to hold all the fasteners, etc. from whatever I happen to be
currently working on. I guess you could call this one a HEX-A-GONE now.

(I also have one that is still operational. They do have a classic,
distinctive look to them.)

Received on Tue Dec 05 2000 - 00:18:25 GMT

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