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Old Jan 6th, 2016, 12:47 PM   #11
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I have a VST Zip 100 drive that used to go into a slot in a PowerBook. The model number is ZIPG32. Is this what you're looking for?
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Old Jan 6th, 2016, 01:15 PM   #12
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I have a VST Zip 100 drive that used to go into a slot in a PowerBook. The model number is ZIPG32. Is this what you're looking for?

I don't believe those were SCSI ZIP drives, but fitted and ran in the expansion Bay of the G3 Powerbooks.
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Old Jan 6th, 2016, 08:50 PM   #13
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There is one at Amazon.com. It is an external scsi/parallel version. I don't think it's new thought. No harm in try to contact the supplier.
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I know this is an old post, but do you still need a SCSI Zip 100 drive? I have one, along with over a dozen zip 100 disks AND a Zip 250 with multiple 250 disks, firewire attachment, etc. ... if your interested let me know. I will post right now about these drives and the zip disks with photos - they've been sitting in storage and looking for a good home!
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WOW!!! SCSI Zip drives and "firewire attachment" all in the same sentence. I didn't think they were even close or even existed together in the same generations. But that would be neat.
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WOW!!! SCSI Zip drives and "firewire attachment" all in the same sentence. I didn't think they were even close or even existed together in the same generations. But that would be neat.
Yes I know it was insane idea and honestly was sometimes flaky - its Firewire400 connection - I posted my ZIP stuff here if you want to see - Zip Drives 100, 250 and LOTS of disks!
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I know this is an old post, but do you still need a SCSI Zip 100 drive? I have one, along with over a dozen zip 100 disks AND a Zip 250 with multiple 250 disks, firewire attachment, etc. ... if your interested let me know. I will post right now about these drives and the zip disks with photos - they've been sitting in storage and looking for a good home!
hey there iSteve;;
i do have a zip100 SCSI drive now.. but i can definately use the Zip250 for use with my samplers..
can we talk via email ??
pm me!!!!

so wait.. the ZIP250 can act as a FIREWIRE 400 device aswell??? did i catch that right?
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