Originally Posted by Superbass
Did you read mine?
I used MY examples to prove my point. You used YOUR examples to prove your point. MY examples are better than yours.
Although your thousands of posts give you a "reality distortion field".
Really, check Macworld's review of a 300 GB drive from 2005 (biggest available in that model at the time), and then check out Lacie's website for the same model in 2TB available since early this year. That's more than double each year, baby!
Now it's your turn.
And it should be "Your timelines ARE off". USA USA USA
Talk about being an asshat! I see now that you weren't just mistaken on the timeline, but that your ability to deduce the most basic rationale are somehow askew.
MacWorld may have reviewed a 300GB drive, they review a lot of drives, not just the largest available. However, even if they review a 300GB HDD as the largest available in 2005 you failed to comprehend that 2005 was 365 days long and that Hitachi, as I clearly mentioned above, released a 500GB drive in the Autumn of 2005.
As for LaCie having 2TBs drives, you are wrong yet again. They have 2TB options in their "big disk" setups which pairs up to two 1TB drives together in a single enclosure. You can verify this by: 1) looking up the largest available 3.5" HDD capacity on Google, 2) taking notice of the RAID 0 listing on the page, and 3) removing head from ass.
Originally Posted by ronster
I'm sad they didn't add Bluetooth, that would of made a killer iPod....8GB or 16GB is good enough...
It does have BT to connect with the Nike+module, but I'm guessing that they aren't going to let you use it for anything else.