Started by Misel982001, 14:27, 18 April 17
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Quote from: Dizrythmia on 16:46, 18 April 17The Nintendo Famicom used 3" discs, but they were given a proprietary shell, so wouldn't fit any other system.I'm sure a Sega computer used them... maybe the SC3000?
Quote from: Misel982001 on 14:27, 18 April 17Personally speaking, the only time I have seen a 3 inch disk in another context aside from the AMSTRAD range was in a thriller film whereas a scientist had a 3inch disk which included the genetic code of a mutant monster....!
Quote from: Dizrythmia on 16:46, 18 April 17I'm sure a Sega computer used them... maybe the SC3000?
Quote from: MacDeath on 13:38, 19 April 17Amstrad CPC & PCWAmstrad built ZX Spectrum +3ORIC AtmosTatung EinsteinAlso some exotic uses on various japanese machines.Some Yamaha musical devices would use them also briefly : some Synthetizers and sequencers, but they fastly switched to 3"1/2.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yamaha_MDR-1Yamaha branded 3" floppy disks... feels like the Amstrad branded MegaDrive joypad...
Quote from: amijim on 09:19, 20 April 17This is a pure sign of goor internet usage.All this information around 3" discs in one place!This was quite a collective work.This forum really works.I am also looking for also those mentioned machines.
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