Storage is something we can never have enough of. There is so much data that is available online and the fact that we contribute to the same with a plethora of multimedia devices which are at our disposal makes for even more data that needs to be put somewhere. This is where the need for more storage arises. However, it’s not just about adding a new hard drive these days. A few years back content quality and size was lesser than what we have now. Back then images were limited to 3-4 megapixels and video was of lower resolution. Now we’ve just gone over the cliff and entered the era of 4K resolution. Even images are generated in DSLRs that boast of double digit megapixel resolution. So the time taken to transfer, let’s say, 100 images taken at 2 megapixel resolution (3 MB each) and a 100 images taken at 12 megapixel resolution (18 MB each) is vastly different. The first situation generates 300 MBs of images while the second scenario generates 1.8 TBs of data.
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