What are the models of Zip drives?
Currently, there are 2 main types of Zip drives: Zip-100 (100 MB removable disk capacity) and Zip-250 (250 MB removable disk capacity). Zip-100 is available in both external and internal versions. In external design, Zip-100 drives are available with SCSI, LPT and combined (Zip Plus) interfaces. A drive with a combined interface (Zip Plus) automatically recognizes the type of interface to which the drive is connected. Continue reading
Unfortunately, despite repeated attempts by various manufacturers to launch a reliable device with removable media on the market, none of them have yet managed to deceive the laws of nature. The reason is quite prosaic – initially the very concept of “removable media” is not very “friendly” with the word “reliability”. Continue reading
On September 10, 1998, in the New Castle County Supreme Court, Delaware, on behalf of all Iomega Zip drive owners, a campaign of dissatisfied consumers began that went beyond national boundaries. The category of interested parties was represented by four law firms – Dodge, Fazio, Anderson & Jones, P.C., known for repeatedly achieving success in prosecution processes in various group actions. Continue reading