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Tuesday, June 08, 1999
New Quantum Fireball Drives


"..Quantum today announced their new Fireball KX line, based on the Ultra ATA/66 interface. These drives will run at a standard 5,400 RPM, and have 6.8GB per platter, allowing for drive sizes all the way up to 27.3 GB.."



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