3.5-inch floppy disk
3M LCD Projection Panel
5.25-inch floppy disk
Apple graphics tablet
Apple Newton MessagePad 120
Asus P65UP5 W/ C/P6ND
Casio Cassiopeia E-125 G
Cassette recorder
Cisco 800 Series Router
Compaq iPAQ Pocket PC
Consul, the educated monkey
CTX Beamer
D-link Wireless USB Adapter
Freecom Classic CD-Rom
Freecom Portable CD-RW
Hard Disk Drive
Iomega Zip 100
Lerncomputer LC80
Lingvo C pen
Mega Image 55cx
Okto-Power (power supply unit)
Olympus Camedia C-410 L
Plasmon CDR 4220
Program cassettes of TIMEX SINCLAIR 1000
Punched cards
Quantum Bigfoot hard drive
REISS Slide Rule
Sun GWV Speaker Box
Tento TV Set
TrackMan Wheel
WOERLTRONIC acoustic coupler dataphone s21d-2

Quantum Bigfoot hard drive
Quantum, 1990s
Diameter: 5.25;
The Bigfoot hard drive was a brand of hard disk marketed by Quantum Corporation in the late-1990s which featured a larger physical size than hard disks typical at the time. Typical hard drives are 3.5; in diameter, while Bigfoot hard drives were 5.25; wide and fit in a standard IBM PC drive bay. The main rationale behind the design change was that the typical PC user already owns cases that made provision for a 5.25; drive, and by using lower data densities and a larger physical size, Quantum was able to deliver the products at lower prices, thus more competitively.