Help - Search - Members - Calendar
Full Version: 1g Hard Drive 20 Years Ago
mobile9 Forum > Beyond Mobile > Gadgets, Games, Computers & Web
ArthurWill
Just like the hard drive was, the picture below is 1024 X 768 px. So beware if you are on dial-up. surrender.gif

user posted image
djfreecko
haha.gif gr8 man................tongue.gif
chrisa21
nice foto laugh.giflaugh.giflaugh.gifhaha.gif
the technology is running very fast!!!
AzureSephiroth
QUOTE(chrisa21 @ Oct 11 2007, 04:46 PM)
the technology is running very fast!!!
[right][snapback]420594[/snapback][/right]


20 years is a lifetime my friend tongue.gif

It'll be a mere 50 years before we master the art of using crystallized silicons for the next 10,000 TB hard disk.
technokid1974
is that a bomb wow.gif
djfreecko
@techno

seeeemzZ real haha.gif
boxieblue
laugh.gif i can't find it right now, but i had a photo of a 500MB disk the first time it was made. it took FIVE men to lift it on an airplane laugh.gif it was bigger then 5 PCs put together
antonis1978
Great hard drive unsure.gif haha.gif
Thnk God that technology run quickly haha.gif
RazBGD
and the photo was taken in former Yugoslavia,in Slovenia I guess clap.gif
I recognized the writings on that peace of paper on the photo smile.gif It says
"IBM disc for huge IBM systems
capacity 1 GB"
hmm..Arthur,are you sure that the photo is from 1987.?
VanjaT630
@ raz - Sure it is, didn't you know the Russians at that time already had a SD card of 1 Gb .... tongue.gif .... wink.gif ... I think that photo was taken from a science/technology fair in Slovenia a couple of months ago...
ssivic
Well it would be cool to have one of those tongue.gif

Imagine the comedy...your mobile in your pocket and that monster on your back(as your memory stick)...hahahaha!

And yes this pic was taken from Slovenia. smile.gif
boxieblue
laugh.gif yeah i guess mobiles wouldn't have been that popular with that memory stick
RazBGD
QUOTE(VanjaT630 @ Oct 14 2007, 07:20 AM)
@ raz - Sure it is, didn't you know the Russians at that time already had a SD card of 1 Gb .... tongue.gif .... wink.gif
[right][snapback]421758[/snapback][/right]

in 1987. blink.gif come on Vanja,ZX-80 was launched in 1981.,286 introduced on February 1., 1982.,386 in october 1985.,486 in 1989., and pentium I on March 22., 1993....
no you can`t be serious..stop pulling my leg tongue.gif laugh.gif
VanjaT630
laugh.gif ... tongue.gif
kevivek
awesome bro.. looks like a time machine wink.gif
bipul_3112
Where to put that harddrive, that won't fit on normal cpu case
boxieblue
there weren't any "normal" CPU cases in those days laugh.gif
vinnieza
Woah old thread. I remember where my computer had a 3GB hard drive and 32MB ram. Now: My iPod Touch (which is smaller than my hand) is 32GB haha.
lunuwueju
Wow cool clap.gif do u guy see the big big display card that just only had 128mb before....i wanted to post it out but cant find sorry =P
ssivic
I remember my dad had to pay 100 German Marks for 1MB of RAM, thats around 60 Euros per MB laugh.gif
billy825
cool
nick222
looks like a wind turbine!! you can fit several laptops in the same space that hard drive uses..
chrysis1995
iF it was 16gb?
bluebutterfly11
Wow laugh.gif That's amazing, imagine what they will be like in another 20 years!
evil_mesist
gathering.gif gathering.gif
bd_tongi
What is this?
saraluna
laugh.gif
san-sagar
ok thats time surrender.gif machine,,,,
ravikanyal11
ok!
san-sagar
QUOTE (AzureSephiroth @ Oct 11 2007, 06:47 PM) *
QUOTE (chrisa21 @ Oct 11 2007, 04:46 PM)
the technology is running very fast!!!
*


20 years is a lifetime my friend tongue.gif

It'll be a mere 50 years before we master the art of using crystallized silicons for the next 10,000 TB hard disk.




Great tecnology.........................!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! byebye.gif surrender.gif
HeavensCloud
Thankzzz!!!!
abbi123
wink.gif ohmy.gif
abbi123
ohmy.gif
Maycledalal
how much lasix is too much - http://infolasix.org/#shortage-of-lasix
lalji1561
awesome sharing mam.. looks like a time machine.

lalji1561
awesome sharing mam.. looks like a time machine.

This is a "lo-fi" version of our main content. To view the full version with more information, formatting and images, please click here.