I'm still not too certain when I read about "military grade" computers.
Do their embedded kevlar parts stop RPGs and artillery shells? Or merely AK-47 and M16 bullets? And if they're solid enough to protect against artillery shells, how big? The German 88s? Or if the USS Missouri was shelling me, could I merely duck behind a military grade motherboard, and then impudently snarl back about cleaning my nostrils in their general direction?
Will they stand up to nuclear blasts, including the electromagnetic pulses? I'd think this would be a fairly minimal quality that "military grade" would offer - to keep on ticking while the others take a licking, as John Cameron Swayze might say.
Or, do these computers work even after being overrun during a tank assault? I mean, if tanks crushed thru my office-walls and ran down my computers, would Military Grade let them keep working whereas Civilian Grade would leave me wondering if my backups were complete?
Somehow, I still think I'll feel like Slim Pickens when he and his posse ride up to the tollgate at the William J. LePetomane Thruway. "We're gonna need a ___load of..." these Military Grade SSDs for protection!