Why the hell are 3.5 inch drives still in existance? If you look at a 3.5 floppy too long, it becomes corrupt.
What’s up with these 100 lb tower systems after freaking 10+ ars of advancements in everything else? I can use the same damn case I used on my 166 MHz I bought in 1995 for my system now!
52X CD ROM is even junk. Why does it take years to drop these formats that completly suck?
Why can’t some motherboard manufacturer just make a modern completely different MB that is not tied down by all the old technology that lingers on inside these “advanced” systems?
I know that Hard Drives are supposed to be advanced to a higher level soon with that serial ATA (I have NO clue what that even is yet)…
I can’t see why they stick to these same AGP slots, PCI slots, same ole IDE, etc…for so many years??? Sounds fishy to me.
PS: I know the C-64 lasted for over 10 years a popular system without many upgrades, but this is the past. In the last 5 years we’ve gone from Voodoo 3000 to Geforce 4 Ti 4600. WTF? 3.5 inch damned drive from hell…