I can’t help it.  I don’t for the life of me understand why anyone needs Twenty Gigabytes of storage on their, are you ready for this? …CELL PHONE???!?!?!

This is positively mind boggling.  What possible reason would a telephone have for needing 20 gigs of mass storage?  watch movies?  I’m sorry, that’s asinine.  There is zero reason to watch a movie on a screen that measures, on average, an inch to an inch and a half.

Heck, I don’t have that much on my desktop PC, it has to struggle by on a mere 13 gigs.  All I can say is that somebody must have on monster phone book.

Mass
Storage For Phones

The Demo conference started today, and the first news out of it comes
from Seagate, which will be introducing pocket-sized, 20-GB,
Bluetooth-equipped drives for cellphones this summer. They call this
tech "DAVE" (one wonders whether the acronym or the expansion came
first). Quoting: "DAVE-based products will be about the size of a credit
card and less than half and inch thick, with an operating range of up to
30 feet from the connected phone… Software to hook the drives up to
cellphones has already been produced for J2ME, BREW, Windows Mobile,
Symbian and XCCC. Palm compatibility is forthcoming. The platform is
open source…"

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