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This is absurd and designed to appeal to the very lowest rung of society who are enthralled by "Ohh shiny thing!" For such an ridiculous premium I could get a 4 TB RAID array going and still have money left for the important things in life like bills and groceries.

Now where can i buy one?
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$500 for 1TB HDD? what...
I'd pay $500 for this if it contained a 1TB SSD.
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post #13 of 33
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Originally Posted by perfectblade View Post

the europeans are great at producing pointless shiny things
Yeah we got SI so we can produce flawless things rolleyes.gif
Ontopic: time to get out my ugly S-ATA cables biggrin.gif
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Frick has an office?

Where else would I store the bodies?
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Yeah we got SI so we can produce flawless things rolleyes.gif
Ontopic: time to get out my ugly S-ATA cables biggrin.gif

SI?
post #16 of 33
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SI?
Système international
post #17 of 33
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Système international

you use the metric system so you like shiny things? i'm confused, ha
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you use the metric system so you like shiny things? i'm confused, ha
Well you said:
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the europeans are great at producing pointless shiny things

And yes roundness/smoothness of a surface is actually part of Geometry department
http://www.vsl.nl/diensten/technologie%C3%ABn/geometrie

Imperial units of measurement are so inaccurate and impossible to even work with in a scientific-correct way
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you use the metric system so you like shiny things? i'm confused, ha

lachen.gif
post #20 of 33
fits right next to other garbage from apple

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xgls9IwWUyU
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rw2nkoGLhrE
Edited by akromatic - 1/6/14 at 9:30pm
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