Super Drive is a term that was introduced by Apple Inc for two different storage drives. From 1980s to 1990s, Super Drive name used to refer to a high-density disk drive and now used to refer to a combined CD/DVD reader/writer.
In early Macintosh computers, Super Drive was used as internal floppy drive. Later days it came as external drive, which worked on both apples’ product lines. However, it mainly intended to utilize on the Apple 2 series. Macintosh 2x was first Macintosh model to include Super Drive floppy drive. In addition, exemption of the PowerBooks 100, PowerBook Duo series, and PowerBook 2400c, all Macintosh and PowerBook included Super Drive floppy drive built in.
Current Super Drives:
The Mac Pro Super Drive
The MacBook Pro (17 inch), Mac mini, and iMac Super Drive
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