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Where will all the Hard Drives Go?


Every day we see dozens of devices, inventions and ideas that are conspiring to make this world a better place. And, usually, their eco aspects are pretty plain to see.

But, while geeks across the world are anticipating solid state drives (usually in the it's cool female levitra form of flash drives) for the traditional reasons (they are much faster than traditional hard disk drives, and (as they have no moving parts) they are more durable) we EcoGeeks look forward to them for an additional reason.

As any iPod Shuffle owner will note, solid state drives consume far less power than traditional drives. They don't move, they make no noise and they don't need to be cooled. When flash drives replace our hard drives we will work faster, quieter and more efficiently. And that is why, when a new innovation in solid state drives appears, we blog about it here at EcoGeek.

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Secondary Uses
written by Guest, May 02, 2006
In addition, old HDs can be disassembled into other things; the platters are ultra polished. and the cases are usually cast aluminum. any suggestions or innovative uses? i've got a stack of look there express cialis delivery platters waiting for a good idea...
We're working on it...
written by WEEE Collection Bristol, August 13, 2007
and will let ecogeek know when we have a good solution.
written by mng, August 15, 2007
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written by AABCDEFGHIJKZLMNoPQRSTUVWXYZ, August 15, 2007
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