Named after the .30-caliber Winchester rifle, the 3340 Winchester disk drive is a hard drive developed by IBM that had two 30MB capacity and offered a 30 millisecond (ms) access time. What made this drive significant is the technique where the read/write heads would rise or lift off from the disk while the disk increased and lowered when the disk decelerated.
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