Originally Posted by Taskforce
Yes everything ultimately ends at the disposal unit, but you'll find more CD's at landfill than hard drives 30:1 ratio even greater, so less garbage produced + reusable for years = eco friendly in my books.
"RW disc start to degrade after it's 10th or so rewrite, scratches etc."
As for shipping, i can ship 1TB hard drive for five bucks, it would take a costly amount of Blu-rays and a large box to ship the same amount of data, not to mention a 1TB can be had for just $65, if you're renting movies by mail order i can understand, but even renting is becoming obsolete, flash is the future.
btw do you know that CD/DVD/BD are more eco friendly than mechanical HDD ? because its easier to recycle it than HDD, because HDD consist of many parts, like plastic, Metal and PCB (even PCB are more toxic).
and btw, HDD is more fragile than optical format because you can't drop it(thats why i alway use insurance when shipping it) or it will have bad sector and render your data useless
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