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IBM 1360

The IBM 1360 Photo-Digital Storage System, or PDSS, was an online archival storage system for large data centers. It was the first storage device designed from the start to hold a terabit of data. The 1360 stored data on index card sized pieces o ...

                                               

IBM 1405

                                               

IBM 2302

                                               

IBM 2305

                                               

IBM 2310

                                               

IBM 2311

                                               

IBM 2314

                                               

IBM 2319

                                               

IBM 2321 Data Cell

The IBM 2321 Data Cell announced in April 1964 is a direct access storage device for the IBM System/360. It holds up to 400 megabytes of data, with an access time of 95 milliseconds to 600 milliseconds, depending on the addressed strip position a ...

                                               

IBM 3310

                                               

IBM 3330

                                               

IBM 3340

                                               

IBM 3350

                                               

IBM 3370

                                               

IBM 3375

                                               

IBM 3380

                                               

IBM 3390

                                               

IBM 5444

                                               

IBM 7300

                                               

IBM 9330 Family

                                               

IBM 9340

                                               

IBM 9345

                                               

IBM Enterprise Storage Server

Originally, in 1998 IBM released the IBM 2105 Versatile Storage Server VSS. It did not meet commercial success and the successor came in 1999 in the form of the ESS, based on the same Seascape architecture. The Seascape architecture was an IBM st ...

                                               

Fixed-block architecture

Fixed-block architecture is an IBM term for the hard disk drive layout in which each addressable block on the disk has the same size, utilizing 4 byte block numbers and a new set of command codes. FBA as a term was created and used by IBM for its ...

                                               

IBM Storwize family

IBM Storwize systems are virtualizing RAID computer data storage systems with raw storage capacities up to 32PB. Storwize is based on the same software as IBM SAN Volume Controller.

                                               

Clik!

                                               

Jaz drive

The Jaz drive is a removable hard disk storage system sold by the Iomega company from 1995 to 2002. Following the success of the Iomega Zip drive, which stored data on removable magnetic cartridges with 100MB nominal capacity, the company develop ...

                                               

Clik!

The PocketZip is a medium-capacity floppy disk storage system that was made by Iomega in 1999 that uses proprietary, small, very thin, 40 MB disks. Its relation to the original Zip drive and disk is the floppy medium and relatively much higher ca ...

                                               

REV (disk)

REV is a removable hard disk storage system from Iomega. The small removable disks store 35, 70, or 120 gigabytes and are hard-drive technology. Like a standard hard drive, the REV system uses a flying head to read and write data to a spinning pl ...

                                               

SyQuest EZ 135 Drive

The EZ 135 Drive is a 3.5" removable platter hard disk drive. It was introduced by SyQuest Technology in 1995. It had a maximum capacity of 135 MB per disk. A successor drive, known as the SyQuest EZFlyer, was released in 1996. It was backwards c ...

                                               

SyQuest SparQ drive

The SparQ drive is a removable-disk hard drive made by SyQuest Technology. It was introduced in 1997. The drive was available as an internal version or external version. The internal version utilized an IDE interface, and the external version use ...

                                               

IPod click wheel

The iPod click wheel is the navigation component of several iPod models. It uses a combination of touch technology and traditional buttons, involving the technology of capacitive sensing, which senses the capacitance of the users fingers. The whe ...

                                               

IPod accessories

                                               

AirPort Extreme

The AirPort Extreme is a residential gateway combining the functions of a router, network switch, wireless access point and NAS as well as varied other functions, and one of Apples former AirPort products. The latest model, the 6th generation, su ...

                                               

Apple Daisy Wheel Printer

The Apple Daisy Wheel Printer is a daisy wheel printer manufactured and sold by Apple Computer, Inc. in the 1980s. It utilized the ASCII character set and fed via continuous form paper. The printer included several different 130-character "daisy" ...

                                               

Apple earbuds

Apple Inc. has produced and sold in-ear headphones since 2001, available for standalone purchase and bundled with iPhone and iPod products. Apples current product line consists of EarPods, wired earbuds available with a 3.5mm headphone or Lightni ...

                                               

MFi Program

Apple Inc.s MFi Program, referring to Made for iPhone/iPod/iPad ", is a licensing program for developers of hardware and software peripherals that work with Apples iPod, iPad and iPhone. The name is a shortened version of the long-form Made for i ...

                                               

Xserve RAID

Xserve RAID is a mass-storage device that was offered by Apple Inc. Xserve RAID held up to 14 hot-swappable Ultra-ATA hard drives, and had a capacity of 10.5 TB when filled with 750 GB modules. Xserve RAID supported RAID levels of 0, 0+1, 1, 3 an ...

                                               

Asus v70

The ASUS V70 is a cellular phone from Asustek that was released in late 2005. The V70 is the first sliding phone ASUStek had released. It is a sliding phone, where the numeric keys are hidden beneath the screen of the phone when closed.

                                               

DEC Firefly

The Firefly was a shared memory asymmetric multiprocessor workstation, developed by the Systems Research Center, a research organization within Digital Equipment Corporation. The first version built contained up to seven MicroVAX 78032 microproce ...

                                               

DECpc AXP 150

The DECpc AXP 150, code-named Jensen, is an entry-level workstation developed and manufactured by Digital Equipment Corporation. Introduced on 25 May 1993, the DECpc AXP 150 was the first Alpha-based system to support the Windows NT operating sys ...

                                               

DECwriter LA30

                                               

HP calculators

HP calculators are various calculators manufactured by the Hewlett-Packard company over the years. Their desktop models included the HP 9800 series, while their handheld models started with the HP-35. Their focus has been on high-end scientific, ...

                                               

HP 2AP18AA

                                               

HP 10bII+

The HP-10B is a student business calculator introduced in 1987. The model of this calculator proved to compete well with the higher end RPN HP-12C. Two versions of the 10B were produced, the first version came with orange lettering around the key ...

                                               

HP 10bII

                                               

HP 10bII+

                                               

HP-10C

                                               

HP 10s+

                                               

HP-11C

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