WD PiDrive 314GB
via Posthip Scott
|Kingston SSD Now V300 120 GB Solid State Drive $43.98|
SanDisk Optimus MAX 4 TB Solid State Drive $6,985.44
But none of this fixes the real problem, which is how do you maintain reliable long term storage? Barring* the collapse of civilization, digital electronic storage is the way to go, and given that all man made devices eventually fail, the only way to ensure that all your stuff remains accessible is to have multiple copies, like one copy on your desk and one somewhere in the great and benevolent cloud. What I really want is a Wifi enabled box with some quantity of storage space that automatically copies its to the web. Shouldn't have to worry about it until the box fails. There probably is such an animal out there somewhere, but it's lunch time and I'm hungry.
*Barring, with two 'r's, is the doggy version of bar. Baring, with one 'r', is the doggy version of bare. Because I wasn't sure. 'Doggy' is filling in for some arcane grammatical termski.
Update November 2017 edited the html for the first picture because it wasn't showing up, even though the link was valid. I eliminated some redundant formatting and link controls and this might have fixed the problem. We shall see. Update: it didn't. Replaced remote picture with local copy.