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Today’s 1TB drive would have cost trillion in the 1950s

 

"A 1TB hard drive that sells for as little as today would have been worth trillion in the 1950s, when computer storage cost per byte, according to Dag Spicer, senior curator of the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif. And a modern-day 4GB stick of RAM would have cost billion."

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Science

The Hardware Race
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Wednesday, 05.01.2011

"A 1TB hard drive that sells for as little as today would have been worth trillion in the 1950s, when computer storage cost per byte, according to Dag Spicer, senior curator of the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif. And a modern-day 4GB stick of RAM would have cost billion."

Read full article here.
Check the Computer History Channel on YouTube

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