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Hardware News   Hardware News : 1,000 gigabyte DVD
   posted by DaveyD on 28-Sep-2004 11:42:01 (3920 reads)
Future DVDs could hold 100 times more information than current discs.

Imperial College London researchers in the UK are developing a new way of storing data that could lead to discs capable of holding 1,000 gigabytes.


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Mountain_Myst 
Re: 1,000 gigabyte DVD
Posted on 29-Sep-2004 1:36:50
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DVDs will soon be left behind by much better technologies.

I for one will be glad when they are.

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Re: 1,000 gigabyte DVD
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his is like stoopid , who needs 1Terrabyte?




Why for the Lord of the Rings Uber Mega Ultra Extended verson, of course!


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Re: 1,000 gigabyte DVD
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argo: AAAAAAAH! but i allready bought the LOTR Super mega fantasy edition collection


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Re: 1,000 gigabyte DVD
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Ehhe... Now I wonder when will Windoze come on two of these disks...

(You are yet laughing...)


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Re: 1,000 gigabyte DVD
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Mountain_Myst wrote:

DVDs will soon be left behind by much better technologies.


Hi Mountain_Myst,

Or will they?

Looks like we're back at square one!

The paperless office? Never, I say NEVER!!!!


Well, there was clay, but that's history.


I love compact flash, and wish that zip disks were the rule, but not so thick, and they should have come with write protect tabs, big mistake not to have. (CFs also.)

 
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Re: 1,000 gigabyte DVD
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Or will they?

Looks like we're back at square one!

The paperless office? Never, I say NEVER!!!!


Info-Mica

Here



cd roms and DVD roms have reached speed and reliability limits.

It's over.

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