Photo: Red Hill.
There were four families of the lamentable Bigfoot; this set of three drive models was the first of them.
These unnamed drives — just "Bigfoot" without the usual two-letter suffix — were fairly uncommon on the market. They were big and cheap, but spectacularly slow, and the only volume buyers were the usual suspects — giant vendors of consumer junk.
A separate page provides background on the Bigfoot principle and considers its strengths and weaknesses.
|Data rate||84 Mbit/sec||Spin rate||3600 RPM|
|Form||5¼ inch, quarter or third height||Interface||IDE mode 4|
|1280AT||1.28GB||2 thin film heads|
|2110AT||2.1GB||4 thin film heads|
|2.5AT||2.57GB||4 thin film heads|