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kishou wrote:
old new! there's a new disc called the "Protein-coated disc" that can hold up to 50 terabytes.



Who's going to buy something like that?
 
And I dont know anyone who would buy the 300gb disk.
 
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What about this : LINK
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Re: You thought 50GB Blu-Rays held a lot? What about 300GB...

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Cool,but I bet current Playstation 3's and Blu-ray players wont be able to playem.

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Or this : LINKAGE
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might as well work on the 10,000 GB disk's Smiley Tongue
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Re: You thought 50GB Blu-Rays held a lot? What about 300GB...

Nov 19, 2006


Da_Producer wrote:
ive been talking about HVD's since i was bornSmiley Very Happy, right now they tested one that can hold upto 3.9 TB's,  costs $120 each, and the player costs $15000+Smiley Very Happy


the only people i've talked to who seemed seriously interested in it was the movie cineplex's projector guy.  This sort of thing woudl be a godsent, as right now, digital projectors still have to have the actual 35 mm film as a 3rd backup for the first 2 hard drives.  a HVD woudl take the films place, giving you a realiable backup should the hard drive's fail that is cheeper than the film (film costs thousands of dollars, and is fragile and VERY heavy). 

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wow.. to bad idc
 
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It is just goping to get to the point where things advance so quickly you will wind up running 3 different medias at the same time.
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steve o 0169 wrote:
Haha figures. In a few months, there will be something that is bigger and better then this.


there will alwase be
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