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Introduction And Overviews
This page provides an overview of the various hard disk drive technologies that have evolved over the past thirty years.
 
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Welcome To The Hard Disk Drive Reference Section  
 
Title: Hard Disk Drive Types and Styles
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Last Modification: Saturday, October 29, 2016 5:16 AM
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A Look Into The Past

The hard disk drive has evolved extraordinarily over the past 50 years. Advents in technology have fueled this explosive evolution. Hard drives have become faster, sturdier, and higher capacity storage mediums. A large part of this evolution has been a direct result of the technicial abilities of thousands of engineers and their abilities to produce better, higher capacity, and faster hard disk drives. The changes over the past fifty yeas have allowed hard drives to encompass improvements in these four main areas of hard drive design:

  1. Capacity.
  2. Power usage.
  3. Reliability
  4. Speed.

The following list of hard drive types are discussed within these pages:

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