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This is a 3 ½-inch double sided, double density floppy disk drive for Commodore systems.

It can format disks with 800 KB capacity using a custom MFM encoding.

This is the internal 5¼-inch floppy disk drive for the Commodore 128D. It is able to read a double-sided, double-density disk without any need to flip the disk over.

Disks used in such a fashion could hold up 340 KB of data.

The two internal, single sided 5¼-inch floppy disk drives for the Osborne 1, located on the left and right sides of the CRT display.

Osborne advertised the drives as holding 102 KB each.

The internal 5¼-inch drive for the Apple IIc. The drive reads 140 KB, single sided disks.

The two full-height 5¼-inch floppy disk drives of the Disk II Drive Subsystem. These are early models manufactured by Shugart Drives.

The 5¼-inch floppy disk drive subsystem includes the disk drives and interface card installed in the computer. The drives were designed by Steve Wozniak. The drives read single-sided disks.

The interface card contains the Apple DOS 3.3 software,…