An earlier, low-cost, portable disk drive from Iomega. Introduced under the Clik! brand in 1999, it used floppy-like, 40MB cartridges that were half the size of a credit card and cost less than $10. The PocketZip drive connected to the computer via USB or PC Card, the latter containing a cartridge slot within the card itself. See magnetic disk
PocketZip drives were aimed at handheld devices requiring removable storage, such as PDAs and digital cameras.