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How powerful should be a magnet to destroy your laptop? [Hack]
posted April 1 2013 19:40.57 by Giorgos Lazaridis




You all know that a powerful magnet can erase the data of your hard disk drive. But how do we define "powerful"? Well, National Geographic did this test for us in this cool video!



[Link: National Geographic]
 
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