Geek Fact for September 3rd


In 1991
, Integral Peripherals introduced the first 1.8-inch hard disk drive.

The drive was about the size of a deck of cards and was available in capacities of 20 MB and 40 MB. It was later used for PC-card disk drives.

Learn more about disk drives at http://www.scribd.com/doc/37792234/Hard-Disk-Basics.

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