Think of the size of things these days. When the first consumer personal computers were released, they hosted up to 64 kilobytes in data storage. For what you could do on the Apple II, say, that was sufficient. But what about this, the LaCie Fuel wireless storage device. It can store up to a terabyte of information that can all be accessed on the same LaCie wireless network.
1 terabyte—that’s about a billion Apple IIs! Continue reading