Just in case someone might not realize, USB to SATA power cables will only work for 2.5 inch drives. You'd need to do something else for any 3.5 inch drives you wanted to connect.I actually like that it's an internal port. It will make it easy to use the Pyra to mount an internal drive for data recovery. And it's not hard to find USB to internal SATA power cables.
Metric is superior! Metric grows in multiples of 10 or 1000, while inches grow in random multiples and completely change name, there's no system behind Imperial. The imperial system is made for retards who want to use their thumbs and feet for measuring and do not know that different people have different sizes thumbs and feet. Metric is made by smart people who know that multiplying in the same base that is used for writing out numbers is easy and who know that a system which uses a few rules to create many units by making use of their relations to each other is superior to making a completely arbitrary name for each separate unit.What if i live in Europa and whe dont have inch ,
Whe only have metric
Easy; when someone says 3.5" drive, think 14699x10^-2mm by 10185x10^-2mm by 2611x10^-2mm (length, width, then height if mounted horizontally)What if i live in Europa and whe dont have inch ,
Whe only have metric
You can count up to 31 on each hand. (Binary). Also, many number systems are vigesimal. The Mayan number system was basically vigesimal, and there are remnants of vigesimal in Danish, French and English counting systems (think of the King James Bible setting the lifespan of a man to threescore years and ten (KJV, Psalms 90 v10)). There are definite (human) advantages to duodecimal/dozenal and sexagesimal counting systems, but the vast majority of arithmetic operations these days are performed in binary, by machines aka computers.Though of course base 10 is stupid too. It's not a highly composite number and is thus inefficient in how many fractions it can finitely represent. Most notably, it cannot even represent 1/3 in decimal. The superior system is Dozenal which gives loads of fractions for how small a number it is. No smaller number has more fractions. So the really really smart people use dozenal and a metric system using powers of 12 as multipliers. AFAIK no country is that smart as of now.
I hope that one day we wil become enlightened and move to the superior dozenal system. Sexagesimal would be good too. But not decimal. Decimal is for retards who need their fingers to count and are too stupid to even do that properly. (if you use your thumb to point to finger segments then you can count to 12 on each hand. But this is too complicated for base 10 lovers.)
That's good for systems that are based on some positive power of 2.What about hexadecimal?
Metric system uses multipliers that are integer powers of 10 because we use a base 10 positional system. They're connected. That is what makes the metric system easy to use.Measurement system =/= positional system. The derailment is getting derailed.
You could but you may attract some anger when you reach 4.You can count up to 31 on each hand. (Binary).