By David Ponce
It’s fun to look back. Like, when you find out just how far we’ve come. In the picture here, you see an ad for a 10MB hard drive, back in 1980. It’s a refurbished model, though they also made’em brand new, at $4,495. That’s $8,876 and $11,415 in today’s adjusted dollars, respectively.
Also, take a look at another mainframe hard drive from 1985. Sexy little number, that one.
To put things in perspective, here’s where you can carry 16GB nowadays.
Fun stuff, eh?
[10MB Hard Disk for $3,495 ] VIA [TechEBlog]