Sony 10MFD2HDLF 2HD 3.5-Inch IBM Formatted Floppy Disks (10-Pack) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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Sony 10MFD2HDLF 2HD 3.5-Inch IBM Formatted Floppy Disks (10-Pack) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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  • 14 REVIEWS FLOPPY DISKS
  • 7 REVIEWS FLOPPY DRIVE
  • 4 REVIEWS WORK JUST FINE
  • 29 REVIEWS FLOPPIES
  • 6 REVIEWS DATA
  • 8 REVIEWS LABELS
  • 10 REVIEWS BOXES
  • 19 REVIEWS DISK
  • 5 REVIEWS MACHINE
  • 9 REVIEWS FORMAT
  • 4 REVIEWS OLDER
  • 3 REVIEWS WRITE

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Top Positive Review

Sony’s are my current #1

Theae are my Top 5 Floppy Disks & my current go-to for hardware machines My
Akai MPC
Ensoniq ASR-10
Emu SP-1200

Top 5
Sony – Can’t be beat #1 low fail rate good labels
Verbatim – Gold Standard good labels
Maxell – Personal all time Favorite best labels
Imation/3M – Solid depends on the box 3M ?
Office Depot – Ultra Low Failure Rate snatched up 200 of these when office supply box stores in NYC Metro area closed so i got them for $5 via Unofficial Amazon Discount

KHypermedia – 2 x 25 packs 50 total disks 2 failed avg. Esp now with older boxes of discontinued product. Back in the day a box of 10 was $4. A 25 pack was $6 you could find 100 packs on sale for $10 – now a 100 pack is $100 for Sony or Verbatim. The 2 packs of 25/KHypermedia i bought a yr ago $20 ea. now it’s double that. I get that floppy disks are an outdated media format but i like using them they keep my beats organized you can record direct into pro tools & all that but i like being able to go back into a beat & flip it save/keep it on floppy disks. I have 1000s stacked in show boxes champion boxes are the best. Hard cardboard & perfect top. If not just use the plastic cases shhh but even those are expensive just for the box no disks ahhhh. Sony though dope.

Top Critical Review

Fraud. These were sold as being brand new, but in fact are already opened and missing parts. This listing should be taken down.

Customer Questions & Answers

How many pages of text can you store on 1.44 Mb?
Answer: 1.44 MB would be about 700-800 pages of text

Are these floppy discs able to save in colour?
Answer: Yes. These floppy disks will save any data. They will hold up to 1.44 mb.

whats a floppy disk?
Answer: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Floppy_disk

Could this hold a powerpoint?
Answer: These disks hold about 1.4 MB of data. Check the size of your powerpoint file to see if it would fit.

Could i have these ordered in all orange? due to mention of color choice in a previously answered question. if so how do i request orange exclusively?
Answer: Sorry, these disks do not come in colors.

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