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Old 11th June 2004, 01:02   #1
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Default 300GB Storage Devices: Which One is Better?

With huge masses of information around us, the requirements to storage media have grown considerably. So what does the user have to do if he needs to store and transport extra-large amounts of binary digits? Our today’s review is going to answer this question and help you choose a device optimal from several points of view, including price, performance, ease of connection and transportation

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