2 votes for table saw. Any one else? Anyone? Bueller? Anyone?
It's not Table saw,it's 20 year old IBM hard drive weighs up to 39kgs
Twenty years ago I was strong enough to lift a one gigabyte hard drive. I wouldn't risk the current model now.
Never seen one like that but I remember some 10MB MFM type Personal Computer (PC) drives with a foot print about the size of a standard mouse pad and about as tall as a big coffee mug in my Dad's first PC. Also recall paying over $350 for a 1.2GB replacement drive for my Pentium 90 Digial Starion with combo modem/soundcard and 2x CD-ROM Drive. It even had 32MB RAM.
Tech support is still available for this unit... But he retires in a couple weeks, as his job has also been downsized.
Wow Hard drives now days Are so small compared to then and there up to 1000 GB lol
How about 5MB in 1956 having to be lifted with a forklift?
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Just think at how small your HDD will be 20 years from now. Then we will look back and think: dang, we needed that much space for memory?
It's so amazing. It still blows my mind what will fit in a flash drive. I'm not even that old, and I remember getting my first CD ROM game, and I was the first of my friends to have a Pentium-based computer. *sigh*
Huh, funny) I still remember computer games in weight in one Mb or smaller)))
Where is the USB connector? Can i attach it to my keychain? Im interested. Thanks.
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