David Campbell (email@example.com)
Tue, 20 Jan 1998 06:48:12 +0000
> As far as the original question about the Zip Plus goes, I trust Dave
> will give us a status report when he has a chance. Last I heard he
> was still waiting to get his hands on one.
I have just checked with one of the main distributors in Australia, they
have ordered 1,100 Zip+ drives with 248 committed already. Expected arival
date has been listed as the 12/Feb.
Currently I am cleaning up a project (spending 10+ hrs a day in the
office), this should all be over around the 13th Feb. At which time I
intend to take 2 weeks leave.
I am still lurking in the background and will answer most questions about
Zip drives (providing it doesn't require a two page response or severe
rewrites of drivers).
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mainboard manufacturer on the planet decides to use it.
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