Sunday, December 5, 2021
My $75 Fire HD 10 inch tablet is almost as powerful and runs everything I have tried.
The situation is far worse with the $200 Microsoft Surface tablet that I purchased 10 years ago. It was very underwhelming to begin with, and now it will run next to nothing. There is an online support group of people who for some strange reason are still fans of this tablet.
I've been arguing that people don't need tablets if they have a good smartphone.
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Friday, June 25, 2021
I think that the first flash drive I owned was either 128 or 256 megabytes. Later I would get a 512 because I had a computer that could record television and I could fit a single program on a 512, which at the time seemed impressive. Now you can purchase 128 gigabyte (128,000 megabyte) flash drives for under $30.
I remember 1-gigabyte drives costing like $90. When my company gave me one I felt privileged. Now you can't even buy them, and no one would want one anyway.
When the IBM computer came out with its first hard drive in the mid-1980s, it was only 5 megabytes and cost a fortune.
Now it is possible to buy a 1TB flash drive for around $180 to $200. However, there seem to be a bunch of cheap ones for sale that are fake.
For $15 to $60 you can get 128GB to 512 GB flash drives which are a better deal.
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