1.2 petabyte drive for $750

1.2 petabytes of storage would mean you could save every thought and image you ever had and not run out of space. Michael Thomas, an American inventor, has found a way to create a drive with that much capacity. As a refresher, one megabyte is 1,024 kilobytes, one gigabyte is 1,024 megabytes, a terabyte is 1,024 gigabytes, and a petabyte is 1,024 terabytes. What does this all add up to? Well, in other words, a single petabyte is 1,073,741,824 megabytes. A 1.2 petabyte drive, therefore, would be equivalent to 2097 Maxtor 500GB harddrives. That’s a whole lotta harddrives. [FULL ARTICLE available at mobilemag.com]