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Kalok was a hard disk drive manufacturer which went bankrupt in 1994.
One of their last offerings was a 100 megabyte 3.5" disk drive using a stepper motor head actuator (rather than the servo-based voice coil operated actuators used on most drives of that density) and was very limited in both access speed and reliability. The drive was manufactured in India, and was commonly found in very inexpensive generic PCs.
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