On Thu, 10 Nov 2016 18:51:00 +0100, Mike Powell <cc...@iglou.com> wrote:

> Well, duuuh on my part.  For some reason, I was thinking of some hardware
> contraption that allowed a USB stick to be identified as a floppy drive,
> making it accessable to DOS.  :)

That does exist, in a way. I have a computer whose BIOS can boot from a  
USB device in such a way that it convinces DOS that drive A: is a  
multi-hundred-megabyte floppy disk. The speed is comparable to one as well.

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