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Before The USB Port, Computer Users Plugged Their Peripherals Into What?
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When IBM introduced magnetic hard drives in the 1950s, the price was so astronomical that companies rented them by the month; the rental price of their first hard drive was $3,200 a month (equivalent to about $160,000 today).
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