The price of a computer hard disk has skyrocketed by more than $1 a unit, with the highest ever listing being sold for $2,200 on eBay.
The listing of the new model, the IBM PC-16G-C3, reads, “Designed for use with a laptop or desktop computer, this model provides outstanding performance and versatility.
The 32GB hard drive offers a large capacity, so you can work or play anytime you need to.”
The IBM PC16G has a 6TB hard drive that can hold 2,200 images, while the IBM PCs 32GB models can hold 1,800 images.
The PC16Gs hard drive is rated for 8 gigabytes per day and can be used with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Mac OS X, and offers support for SATA 3.1 interface.
It’s also compatible with Mac OS 10.9 and Windows 8.1.
While there’s no word on pricing on the new models, the listing also shows a picture of a “Cronos”, which is a computer system that’s based on a computer core with a “slightly smaller footprint”.
It appears that IBM is selling a number of different versions of the PC16, with a few being sold in China, Taiwan, and Taiwan.
According to a report from PCWorld, the new computers can be purchased with $1.35 million for a 32GB model, $1 million for the 64GB model and $1 and $2 million for an all-in-one system.
The new machines will retail for $1 per GB and $8.95 per GB, respectively.
It will be interesting to see how the new machines fare against the more affordable Intel Xeon CPUs and AMD Radeon R9 390X graphics cards, which have a similar price tag.