Ultra-high-density hard drives made with graphene store ten times more data

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Sweet! Add it to the “graphene tech we will never see” pile.


But when can I get one at a reasonable price?


Whoever creates an affordable way to produce usable graphene in volume is going to get very rich. As this article demonstrates, there must be countless applications. Though, it seems like diamond, which would also have countless applications (e.g., eyeglasses, window panes, solar cells) if the price was right.


What I need is an HD that doesn’t degrade. EVER. Even SSDs break down.


There’s graphene on the roof!