Rockbox mail archiveSubject: RE: uh oh HD woes
RE: uh oh HD woes
From: Gvillo, Mike <MXG_at_dolby.com>
Date: Tue, 7 Oct 2003 17:23:45 -0700
Consider having your player stolen or losing it, 300 CDs on 20Gb _at_
$10/CD (yeah, right), drives are cheap. Really, for the convenience of
listening to ANY song at ANY time, drives are cheap... once you're out
of school ;) (sorry). Plus you protect your CDs by not taking them out
or carrying them around. I love having a 60Gb drive, I can finally put
the rest of my CDs on my player AND I have massive room for storage.
From: Michael O'Quinn [mailto:michael_at_oquinn.info]
Sent: Tuesday, October 07, 2003 9:48 AM
Subject: Re: uh oh HD woes
Well, if your 10 gig drive was full, you are looking at a price in the
ballpark of $50,000.00 ($5/meg x 1000 meg/gig x 10 gig) at that price.
You could buy a a fair number of new CD's for that much money, maybe
almost enough to possibly replace a major part of your lost
On Tue, 7 Oct 2003, Chris Muth wrote:
> Huh, wow.
> I would have thought around ten time that.
> On 10/7/03 at 1:02 PM David McIntyre wrote:
> >It used to cost in the neighborhood of $5/meg recovered.
> >On Tue, Oct 07, 2003 at 02:16:35PM -0500, Chris Muth wrote:
> >> On 10/7/03 at 9:22 AM Colin Gilchrist wrote:
> >> I am guessing you're right that it would be "phenomenally
> >> expensive" to
> >have the data recovered.
> >> -Chris
> >David McIntyre plugh_at_mudbarn.com
> >PGP Key fingerprint = CAB5 A73A 43FA 19E3 449D 20B8 25D7 FA84 8847
> >D6A7 http://www.mudbarn.com/~plugh/plughinfo.txt for geek code, pgp
> >key, etc.
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