BRG MCD-1, Hungarian floppy disk drive.
Tape floppy developed by Budapest Radio Technology Factory. Its designer, Marcell Jánosi invented tape floppy (microfloppy) in 1974, but could be produced at his company no earlier than the beginning of the 1980’s. Jack Tramiel, the Director General of Commodore also negotiated about the product in Hungary, but the bureaucratic socialist company was unable to co-operate with the multinational company. Finally, instead of MCD-1 other foreign companies produced 3- and 3.5-inch floppies which spread worldwide.
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