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May 26th, 2005
Who can meet the terabyte challenge?
Iomega's latest wheeze, which uses nanotechnology to push DVD capacity to a potential 800GB, very nearly a terabyte, may and probably will, turn out to be just another bright storage idea swept aside by politics, timing or physics. If not, though, the products will beg one question. What needs that much space?
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