That’s right, scientists have “developed some advances in laser technology that could actually make disc drives cheaper and more portable — along with the obvious benefits of 1TB of storage and speedier read/write times.”

These lasers can interact with 3D materials — such as the multiple layers on a disc, or even a storage “cube” — without interference from the solid material, providing for more durable and more dense storage

[via engadget]

That’s right, scientists have “developed some advances in laser technology that could actually make disc drives cheaper and more portable — along with the obvious benefits of 1TB of storage and speedier read/write times.”

These lasers can interact with 3D materials — such as the multiple layers on a disc, or even a storage “cube” — without interference from the solid material, providing for more durable and more dense storage

[via engadget]