Spectre & Meltdown
cube1 at charter.net
Fri Jan 5 08:48:29 CST 2018
A 6TB hard drive, available for about $130 (or less), would be
equivalent to about 60 of the 100GB BDXL disks, which seem to go for
about $6 each, so $360 for around 6TB. And the hard disk will take less
time to read and write. And the hard drive would take up less space.
On 1/4/2018 7:50 PM, TeoZ via cctalk wrote:
> Hard drives NEVER keep up. Bragging about how many DVD's (90's
> technology) you can store on current HD means little to people who have
> ultra HD Blueray videos that take up to 100GB of space. Heck even a
> single game download can be 50GB these days.
> And I wouldn't mind one of those old networked DVD changers (I think
> Sony sold them commercially) to play around with.
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