Both Inmac and NeXTConnection are charging about $2.80 each for the disks, while 1.44MB disks cost about $1.50 each.
Before the price change, the disks were a luxury that did not make economic sense, especially to third-party companies distributing software. "With this new pricing strategy, we'd consider moving to the 2.88's," said Ruthann Mackey, product manager at Lighthouse Design.
All NeXTstations are equipped with ED-capable floppy drives.
Ð Dan Lavin