Dedicated Landing Zone

On a computer storage disk (in particular, a hard disk), a section of the disk surface where no data is stored and where the read/write head sits when it is inactive. The dedicated landing zone ensures that the magetized surface of the disk is not damaged during transport or other disk handling. Also known as the take-off zone and, simply, the landing zone. See also Flying Height.

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