Today in Apple history: Macintosh SE gets supersized storage

August 1, 1989: Apple gives the Macintosh SE a storage bump, courtesy of the new SuperDrive. Capable of handling high-density floppy discs, the drive offers an astonishing 1.4MB of storage. In terms of portable storage, it’s a big step up for most Mac owners. The HD floppy disks compare very favorably to the 400KB Single Side […]
(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
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Author: Luke Dormehl