I am running out of space for my mp3s on my pc and I am looking to buying an external USB hard drive which I plan to use exclusively for music.
I just spoke to one of the tech guys at my office and he says that the best companies offers 80GB drives for around Rs.3000.
I should go get one by the end of the month. I would love to get a cool & nifty looking one like the SeaGate FreeAgent 250 (with 250 GB) but they probably cost a lot and are beyond my affordability range.
And SeaGate also has a 500 GB model! 500 GB! What I could store in that!
When I first bought my current PC, I had roughly 3 GB of mp3s burnt on a few cds. Then I subscribed to Tata’s broadband services and started downloading mp3s, while also ripping all the cds that I had into the friendly & economic digital format. My collection grew and after just organizing the last 3 albums that I was able to download off the net, I decided to check the status.
I now have 17.3 GB worth of mp3s spread across 4,045 files on one of my drives. My disk size space is getting replenished and its time to think of buying another drive. I plan on buying an external drive for the sole purpose of storing my mp3s. Because there’s more files coming and I don’t see it stopping any time soon. I know that 17.3 GB is not much to some guys but I’m quite proud of it.