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Section - -34- What kind of DAT drive does SGI sell for the Indigo?

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  The Indigo DAT drive is an ArDAT Python 4320.

  The drive SGI sells is completely standard 3.5" form factor hardware
  (no compression), but has firmware that so far ARDAT is selling only
  to SGI to provide audio over SCSI support, and to fix some bugs.

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