Nifty new hard drive technology

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    Climber spoon_'s Avatar
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    Nifty new hard drive technology

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    Registered User axon's Avatar
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    I read about this a few months ago in popular science - pretty cool idea - sure will make harddrives smaller physically.

    BTW - can anyone say school house rock

    some entropy with that sink?

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    I am me, who else?
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    Lol wow, yeah that does smack of School House rock, overall that was pretty cool

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    mov.w #$1337,D0 Jeremy G's Avatar
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    I've never felt smarter when trying to learn about some new technology.

    From now on, I declare all technology spec sheets be presented in school house rock manner.
    (it should be realized my posts are all in a light hearted manner. And should not be taken offense to.)

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    Gotta get a job with Hitachi.

    Interesting technology. Wonder if there are any unforeseen drawbacks like when Kenwood came out with 72x CD-ROMs. The laser was split into seven lasers and it was the fastest CD-ROM in the world. Problem was that as the disc aged and got scratches on it, the drive could not read it because the split laser's were returning bad info.

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