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This is how a hard disc drive works
posted June 7 2011 20:39.47 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Bill Hammack, the engineer guy is back with a brand new interesting video. This time, he puts a hard disc drive onto his operation table. After tearing it down, he explains in great details, how this remarkable piece of equipment manages to store all our digital data reliably. Excellent video.



[Link: engineer guy video]
Tags: science   computer peripheral hacks   how it works   hdd   how is made   
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