Some interesting storage history nicely formatted by Dell. I’m not promoting their solution, just like the infographic. via: [10DT]
I remember that the 3.5″ floppy disks had 1.14 Mb, not the 360 Kb listed here. Granted that was later on in the early to mid ’90s.
The 1988 PrairieTek is the first ‘2.5&Prime’ drive? I’m sure that’s supposed to be 2.5″, not &Prime. Nice to see that no one at Dell is doing any proofreading. And you can’t blame that on text encoding problems, as it’s a graphic.
Nice job Dell.
I just like the 170mb IBM Microdrive with its clearly labelled 1GB storage …..