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What A 3.78 Gig Hard Drive Looked Like In The '70s (16 pics)

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This hard drive will really make you appreciate just how compact technology like this is today.

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№1 Author: Gumol (5 Feb 2016 10:59) Total user comments: 38


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It is so big that you can see files with your bare eye.
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№2 Author: Tomaz86 (5 Feb 2016 15:03) Total user comments: 10835


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Incrível.
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№3 Author: pardon27 (5 Feb 2016 16:56) Total user comments: 16


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Dat Platter 04
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№4 Author: styopa (5 Feb 2016 19:17) Total user comments: 1258


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BS.

The IBM 3370 and 3375s were about the largest HDs you could possibly get in the 1970s, at 571mb until the 3380 (in 1981) at 1.25/2.5gb, and they were something like 500lbs.
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№5 Author: Slugsie (5 Feb 2016 22:27) Total user comments: 1573


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Quote: styopa
BS.

The IBM 3370 and 3375s were about the largest HDs you could possibly get in the 1970s, at 571mb until the 3380 (in 1981) at 1.25/2.5gb, and they were something like 500lbs.


Yeah, a quick Google suggests it should read 1980s not 1970s.
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№6 Author: Shadoglare (8 Feb 2016 15:55) Total user comments: 505


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Actually I toured one of IBM's data centers back in the 70's and I remember hard drives that were about the size of an oil drum... (and I bet they didn't store as much as the one pictured here)
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