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>I saw that a couple of people recommended the Iomega ZIP, but for me, they
>weren't large enough or cheap enough to use for backups, though they might
>be nice for transporting files.
A friend of mine, who's a graphic artist, really likes magneto-optical
drives. 230 MB SCSI models can be had for about $300 now, and the
cartridges cost less than Zip disks (and are still small enough to fit
into a shirt pocket). Furthermore, they're not susceptible to erasure by