I didn't realize that the IBM and Iomega Microdrives were different until I actually bought one of the IBM branded drives recently. I know that the Iomega drives were manufactured for them by IBM, but they must be an earlier revision. Anyway, the IBM drives are PIO3, and significantly faster than the Iomega drives. They also tend to "click" less during normal operation.
Just a hint, in case anyone is using them in their IA-1.
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