• Quantum Corporation Disk Drive
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    Overview In the past two decades, Quantum Corp. of Milpitas, California, has become one of the leaders in the design, manufacturing, and marketing of digital storage products including hard disk drives and digital tapes. By following its own path and making decisions criticized by the rest of the industry, Quantum has managed, not only to survive in an industry that has destroyed lesser companies, but to thrive and be recognized as one of the industry's quality leaders. Quantum Corporation was f...
  • Building A Computer Disk Drive
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    Theodore Ord on-YaussiEnglish per 2 Mrs. Fuchs 9/24/99 Building a computer Building a computer can be a useful skill in today's world. It allows you to help yourself get what you want and save some money. It's also becoming a good skill to have for work. You can help businesses build computers. The first thing to do is to research what kind of computer you want. If you just want to write documents, you will probably need a less powerful computer. If you play games and / or design art you will w...
  • Building A Personal Pc Vs Buying One
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    Feasibility Report on building a personal computer Vs. Buying a personal computer Submitted to: Ann T. Ackerman, Professor Submitted by: Vinny Gillis, Student April 2000 Table of contents Abstract Introduction 1. 0 Scope... 3 Sources... 3 Definitions... 3 Overview 2. 0 Current situation... 4 Current options... 4 Major components... 4 Other components... 6 Input peripherals... 6 Tools... 7 Building 3. 0 Installation procedure... 8 External accessories... 9 Pros... 10 Cons... 10 What to look fo...
  • Floppy Disk Mac Apple Drive
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    The i Mac: An Apple innovation Apple was definitely "thinking different" when it created the new addition to the Macintosh family, the i Mac. It's creative design and refreshing departure from the computer industry standard of boring beige boxes is gaining this marvel many optimistic reviews. This new personal computer, which is pronounced eye-Mac -the "i" stands for Internet, combines the computer and the monitor in one unit making it, in effect, an updated version of the original one-piece Mac...
  • Hewlett Packard The Flight Of Kittyhawk
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    Case Study: Hewlett Packard: The Flight of the Kittyhawk Hewlett-Packard decided that in order to grow more rapidly, it needed to design a revolutionary disk drive product that would create an entirely new market or application for the magnetic recording technology. They developed the Kittyhawk in 1992. It was a disk drive that was 1. 3 inches in diameter, supplied 20 megabytes of storage and had unique component ry enabling the drive to withstand a 3 foot drop without any data loss. The possibi...
  • Hard Disk Data Display System
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    Keyboard The keyboard is used to input data into a computer by pressing the keys on it, the data maybe input into a verity of different applications from word processors to program generators. A keyboard has 102 keys on it as standard; these keys allow the inputting of numerical data, textual data and commands (By using the 'F' or function keys) into specially designed programs. The character keys are what are used to input textual data, this maybe into a word processor or Internet order form. T...
  • Al Shugart Disk Drive
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    Al Shugart Al Shugart Al Shugart Overview Al Shugart is a co-founder of Seagate Technology, Inc. , and is now Chairman of the Board, President, and CEO of the company, which is the largest independent hard-drive manufacturer in the world. Born in Los Angeles, California in 1930, Alan F. Shugart received his Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering and Physics from the University of Redlands in 1951. He immediately went to work for IBM as a field engineer, and over the next 18 years managed deve...