Hello! W dniu 2011-09-06 22:32, Hoffmann-Vetter, Martin pisze: > I've read, the 8061 has a 800KB drive and the 8062 a 1,6MB drive. What is > about the 8060? A single drive unit? From "Secret weapons of Commodore": The 8060 series and 8280 were Commodore's only line of 8" disk drives, all IEEE-488. The original, virtually unknown 8060 was a single drive that stored 750K per disk; the later 8061, 8062 and 8280 were all dual drives and could read IBM 3740 as well as Commodore GCR format. The 8061 had a total capacity of 1.6MB, the 8062 3.2MB and the 8280 1MB. The slimline-styled 8280, the final 8" in the series, was powered by DOS 3.0 (the same DOS used in the 9060/9090). That's theonly info I was able to find :-( Regards, Michau. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2011-09-07 09:58:55
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