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How Hard Drives Work [Video]
posted January 23 2013 13:12.14 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Some things are taken for granted, like for example that a 1TB HDD will work when we connect the cable. The sealded case does not reveal the marvel of these gadgets, but it surely worth to know what really makes them work and how a room-sized storage space of a few kilobytes is turned into a 3.5'' sized box able to store Tera-bytes of data. Consider this: Air dynamics is what gives the head the proper distance from the storage disk... Amazing, right?



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