Tuesday, March 16, 2004
Japan's Toshiba Corp said on Tuesday that Guinness World Records had certified its stamp-sized hard disk drives (HDDs) as the smallest in the world.
The electronics conglomerate's 0.85-inch HDDs, unveiled in January, have storage capacity of up to four gigabytes and will be used in products such as cell phones and digital camcorders.
Mostly posting this one for the pic, 'cause there haven't been too many pics lately. Plus, dude, if I could implant like six of these things in my head, I'd never forget another damned thing, and that'd be really, really nice.
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