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|17th January 2007, 14:17||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
2007 HDD Rundown: Can High Capacities Meet High Performance?
It is estimated that a majority of desktop computers in the US use hard drives with capacities between 30 and 100 GB. While this might be sufficient for office use, your gigabytes will be eaten up quickly if you start working with photos, video and audio That's why modern multimedia computers are equipped with larger 250 to 400 GB hard drives. Is it time for you to consider a hard drive upgrade?
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