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A 3″ floppy disk used on Amstrads including the CPC6128 I had. I think the ZX Spectrum +3 used it also.
Amstrad NC 100. By 1992, once fast-growing Amstrad was struggling. Its reputation as a PC maker had been undermined by a batch of dodgy Seagate disk drives at the same time that bigger-name vendors were engaged in a price war, squeezing Amstrad out of the market. The NC 100, NC 150 and NC 200 were three products that its founder Alan Sugar was hoping would help revive the company's fortunes.