Hows about a 625,000 song iPod, or would Sir preffer 1,250,000 songs?

Well this has to be reported, its gone beyond amazing, and probably created its own dimension. We’ve seen it all, suits with controls built into them, iPods that have maps on them, but how about an iPod with up to 5TB of storage, that’s a whopping 1,250,000 songs or 10.26 years of uninterrupted play. A company called WiebeTech have designed two Raid units together with an iPod, and in true fashion, of course this is an April fool’s joke. As it stands, the company are a reputable source for forensics, backups, drive enclosures and RAID systems, and with the iPod products they we’re showing off the true capabilities of their portable drives. The larger of the two has been toted the ‘GigantiPod’, and both are described to be easier to carry than a 5 Year old, and apparently both offer a more extreme work out while jogging…. I wonder why?

Check out their other novel idea’s including: A firmware wand, for instant firmware upgrade including mammals; a ReadWriteBlocker, which can get rid of any data; and finally a ToughBit, a drive which compresses any amount of data into 1 bit by use of data storage in the infinite amounts of universe dimensions. All very confusing, but a good laugh.
Well this has to be reported, its gone beyond amazing, and probably created its own dimension. We’ve seen it all, suits with controls built into them, iPods that have maps on them, but how about an iPod with up to 5TB of storage, that’s a whopping 1,250,000 songs or 10.26 years of uninterrupted play. A company called WiebeTech have designed two Raid units together with an iPod, and in true fashion, of course this is an April fool’s joke. As it stands, the company are a reputable source for forensics, backups, drive enclosures and RAID systems, and with the iPod products they we’re showing off the true capabilities of their portable drives. The larger of the two has been toted the ‘GigantiPod’, and both are described to be easier to carry than a 5 Year old, and apparently both offer a more extreme work out while jogging…. I wonder why?

Check out their other novel idea’s including: A firmware wand, for instant firmware upgrade including mammals; a ReadWriteBlocker, which can get rid of any data; and finally a ToughBit, a drive which compresses any amount of data into 1 bit by use of data storage in the infinite amounts of universe dimensions. All very confusing, but a good laugh.

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