A high-capacity floppy disk drive
developed by Iomega Corporation. Zip disks are slightly larger than conventional floppy disks
, and about twice as thick. They can hold 100 or 250 MB
of data. Because they're relatively inexpensive and durable, they have become a popular media for backing up hard disks
and for transporting large files.
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