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The Indus GT is a floppy disk drive that was made by Indus Systems of California, USA during the early 1980s for Apple II and Atari 8-bit family and later for the Commodore platforms of the day.  It came in a black casing with a smoke plexiglas cover over the drive mechanism. Behind the cover is an 8-segment LED track and sector display. It was considered as a high-quality unit, regarded by many as the best floppy drive available for 8-bit Ataris.  It was advertised as being over 400% as fast as the Commodore 1541 and has an internal "ROM drive" with DOS utility software,  but suffers, as do many third-party Commodore-1541-imitation drives, from being less than 100% 1541-compatible.