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It's the apocalypse! All that will survive of the human race is whatever we've put onto a disc drive somewhere. So, we need to take stock and make every kilobyte count!

 

We buy lots of electronic devices these days, many of which have their own storage. Sometimes, we buy small portable storage devices simply because we found them for $5 and thought someday we might use them. Or, perhaps I do this much more than others.

 

Here, try to think of all electronic devices you own that have some number of gigabytes of onboard storage, and add them up. Some computers list it incorrectly, but remember that 1 GB is 1000 MB (not 1024 - that's just memory), and similarly 1 TB is 1000 GB. *Technically* a lot of hard drives have a little less storage than advertised, but you only have to count it that way if you really want to.

 

SSD: 128 GB

Main HD: 2 TB

External 1: 1 TB

New external drive: 4 TB

3DS storage card: 32 GB

SD card that came with 3DS: 4GB

Flash drive: 16GB

Flash drive: 8GB

Flash drive: 16GB

Laptop onboard: 500GB

Smartphone: 16GB

Tablet: 32GB

PS3: 120GB

"Steam machine" (living room computer): 500GB

 

Total: 8,372 GB (8.3 TB)

 

Edit: Apologies - I had thought I was in the Media Discussion forum when I posted this. If a moderator comes across this and agrees that it belongs there, could you please move it?

Edited by Katana
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Main computer's primary drives: 3TB Hard drive, 1TB Hard Drive, 1TB Hard drive, 80GB Hard drive

External: 4TB Hard drive

Flash drives: 4GB, 4GB, 16GB, 8GB, 2GB, 1GB

MicroSD: 16GB, 16GB, 16GB

Standard SD: 1GB, 4GB, 2GB

Laptop: 500GB

Netbook: 320GB

iPhone: 16GB

Nexus 7: 32GB

3DS: 4GB

PSP: 10GB

Xbox 360: 20GB and 60GB

Back up DVDs: around 40GB

 

Around 10172 GB (10.17TB)

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Main PC:

  • 1 TB (Linux personal files and some system stuff)
  • 60 GB SSD (Linux system stuff)
  • 500 GB (Windows)

Galaxy Nexus: 16 GB

Nexus 10: 32 GB

Kobo Arc: 64 GB

Wii U: 32 GB

3DS XL: 4 GB SSD

Raspberry Pi: 8 GB SSD

Arduino One: 32 KB Flash Memory

Derpy USB stick: 8 GB

Emergency Linux Boot USB: 8 GB (It's shaped like a penguin.)

DVD +R [100]: 470 GB

 

I'm sure there's more as well like my MP3 Player, but I think that's a good enough summary :P

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Lenovo ThinkPad Windows XP  Laptop T41: 30GB

Lenovo ThinkPad Windows XP  Laptop T42: 50GB

Lenovo ThinkPad Windows XP  Laptop T42: 50GB

Lenovo ThinkPad Windows XP  Laptop T60: 75GB

Lenovo ThinkPad Windows XP  Laptop T61p: 100GB

Lenovo ThinkPad Windows 7 Laptop T430  :  500GB

MacBook Pro 13'' : 500GB

Samsung Galaxy S3 : 16GB

Samsung Galaxy Ring: 4GB

Nexus 7 2013: 16GB

SDHC Card: 

4GB

4GB

2GB

2GB

Micro SD Cards:

16GB

8GB

Segate Backup drive : 1000GB/ 1TB

MachSpeed Trio: 4GB

iPod nano 6G: 8GB

Philips GoGear: 2GB

Flash Drives:

8GB

1GB

4GB 

4GB

4GB

 

Total 2,412GB / 2.412TB

 

 

Sooooooo many old computers XD

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Personal Laptop - 500GB

MP3 Player - 2GB

3DS Memory Card - 2GB 

Playstation 3 - 160GB

Old Flash Drive - 1GB

 

Total = 665 GB

 

Yeah...I think there are a few external hard drives lying around but I have no idea how much they can hold. 

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Computer

2TB HDD Internal

4TB HDD external

258GB SSD Internal

64GB USB

16GB USB

8GB USB

4GB USB

Tablet

32GB Nand Flash

64GB SD

32GB SD

Phone

8GB SD

2GB SD

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