XS-Drive MP3, combined MP3 music player and digital storage device announced - Available in capacities of 20, 30 and 40 gigabytes, the XS-Drive MP3 will store images from all the major memory card types and function as a high quality MP3 player.
Punch cards were the first known digital storage devices. However, unlike the present day hard drives, punch cards could store only small bytes of data. In 1950s, magnetic tapes were introduced which could store a lot more data compared to punch cards. To be precise, 10000 punch cards equaled one magnetic tape.