Who Made/Makes the World Smallest Harddrive

From: Keys <jrkeys_at_concentric.net>
Date: Sat Dec 18 11:31:46 2004

Looking for the smallest in physical size and not compact flash drives. The
matchbox sounds like the one I may be looking for.
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From: "Scott Stevens" <chenmel_at_earthlink.net>
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Sent: Saturday, December 18, 2004 11:22 AM
Subject: Re: Who Made/Makes the World Smallest Harddrive

> On Sat, 18 Dec 2004 11:11:26 -0600
> "Keys" <jrkeys_at_concentric.net> wrote:
>> IS it IBM? I need one for a museum display we are putting together.
>> Thanks
> Smallest in size, or in capacity? My first hard drive was a Shugart 5 meg
> drive, MFM encoding. Was there ever a smaller hard drive by capacity for
> the 'PeeCee' or otherwise? 5 megs was a LOT of space at the time.
> Physically smallest, wasn't there a drive called the 'matchbox' drive?
> Smallest I've owned was a little PCMCIA hard drive, which isn't as small
> as the 'matchbox' drive.
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