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(PCWorld)   Helium filled hard drives offer increased capacity, end to explosions when docking your drive in New Jersey   ( pcworld.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, New Jersey, Electric energy consumption, proprietary software, product marketing, software suites, unit costs  
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2012-09-22 02:51:37 AM  
Oh great, another wasteful use for Helium.
 
2012-09-22 06:40:39 AM  

Cybernetic: Came for the Archer reference, leaving satisfied.


Nowadays when I see 'archer' or 'arrow', I think of knees.

But seriously. Now I see part of why ssd prices have dropped hugely in the last three months...
 
2012-09-22 07:40:15 AM  

Sim Tree: Yes, it's stupid. But if it's still not going to work when you're done, why fight it?


You realize you are quoting me to myself right?

You must be one of those coders who thinks it's still important to leave room for a 5.25" floppy.
 
2012-09-22 08:07:11 AM  

fluffy2097: BumpInTheNight: what on earth made you think it was a good idea designating an HDD as A rather then C-Z

What the fark is wrong with A or B?

They're just sitting out there un-used by anything in the past 15 years.


Unused? No my friend, they are still used.

/sad face
 
2012-09-23 03:06:59 PM  

ThreadSinger: Dammit, Helium is a rare resource, and non-renewable. We shouldn't be wasting in on data storage, much less gimmicky balloons


It's not like you can use it all up and it goes away.
 
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