Back in 2008, in a tiny Cambodian town called Phnom Penh (No idea of a pronunciation) a couple separated following an 18-year marriage. Nothing interesting in that, you would possibly think, but it’s the best way they did it that had web forums busy.
They reduce their bloody home in half. Honestly, you can look it up. We will remain here…
Found it? Mental, right? Now, far be it from us to support our entire sales pitch on an article we found online at Cracked.com, but it really got us thinking. It got us thinking that if they had a computer, say, with all their individual files (business, music, images and etc) then it might have been slashed in half too.
Aside from the storage that hard drives release, that’s probably a hard drives better features, hard drives will duplicate and keep safe all data you need to store. So, whilst the couple’s DVDs were probably a total disaster area (I can picture the husband virulently shouting “What the hell am I gonna do with half a copy of ‘The Bourne Ultimatum’, you b*tch!?”) the downloaded Seinfeld episodes on his hard drives would likely have escaped detection.
hard drives back stuff up. hard drives keep things safe. hard drives are convenient and fitting, but most of all, they’re notoriously complex to saw through, mainly if you’ve just taken a hedge trimmer to your coffee table.
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