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One megabyte of disk space?

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Hello,

In 1988, hard disk space cost roughly $20 per megabyte versus about $0.14 per megabyte in 1996 (source: Nationwide Computer Systems, Inc.)

Because I have not kept up with the latest developments, I am wondering if anyone knows how much one megabyte of disk space cost today?

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rmarotta earned 100 total points
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Hmmmmm,
I just saw a 4.5GB for US $165.
I think that's something less than $0.04!
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Ralph

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Ok, thanks Ralph
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