Mass Micro 3 1/2-inch optical drive

March 1992
Macworld;Mar92, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p121
Features the DataPak magneto-optical drive from Mass Microsystems Incorporated. Features and capabilities; Price; Contact information.


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