The Microdrive is a miniature hard disk designed to fit in a CompactFlash Type II slot. It was launched in 1999 with a capacity of 340 MB, which was expanded to 4 GB by 2004. They weigh about 16 g (~1/2 oz), with dimensions of 42.8×36.4×5 mm (1.7×1.4×.2 in). From 1999 to 2003 they were commonly known as IBM Microdrives, and from 2003 onward as Hitachi Microdrives. Microdrive™ was a registrated trademark by IBM and Hitachi for each period. Prior to 1999, the term Microdrive would have refered to what is now refered to as the ZX Microdrive.
Media in category "Microdrives"
The following 14 files are in this category, out of 14 total.