Originally Posted by Assimilator
Technically it's a single-platter drive, but very impressive.
A platter is a disk. HDD stands for "hard disk drive", that which is a drive for hard disks, although the terms "hard disk" and "hard drive" have become common. On the software side, the term "disk" has been used to identify any storage volume that occupies an HDD.
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