Floppy Diskette Brands (1980's)

Floppy diskettes became the dominant PC data and program media in the 1980s. Many diskette makers entered the market. Many are still around today, but newer microfloppies and CD ROMs have made 5-1/4 inch diskettes somewhat antiquated.

Diskmakers included: Tandy, Memorex, Dysan, MicroUniversal, BASF, Datam, Verbatim(Datalife), 3M, Fuji Film, Janus, Maxell, Highland, NEC, Albinar, Businessland, Kodak, IBM, Sony, Precision, Packard Bell, and others.

(About Early Floppy Diskettes)


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