Unfortunately, this didn’t happen, but god we can dream.
As you may have seen on an LGR video (https://youtu.be/r4hQeWtkTC8), Iomega also produced a camera kit (the Clik! Drive Plus). A Clik! drive with a media card interface, PCMCIA card adapter and parallel port interface.
On the front, we have the screen, a pair of Samsung K4E641612D-TL50 4Mx16 dynamic RAM ICs, an unpopulated socket, and the silkscreen text “designed by Iobjects”. Hmm.
Sadly, my search predictably turned up bupkis. Except for the original press release from RedHat: https://www.redhat.com/en/about/press-releases/press-interactive
Pretty standard, except.. it mentions a second product that would use Dadio; the I-Jam WinJam. The heck is that?
Okay, so I've never heard of this one, better look it up. A quick search pointed me to a Microsoft press release (press releases as primary sources of information will become a theme from this point onward) about it: https://news.microsoft.com/2000/05/02/i-jam-multimedia-and-microsoft-unveil-first-digital-music-player-to-exclusively-support-the-windows-media-format/
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