Every day these things take up more and more memory storage. The last time researchers hit a limit for expanding memory was 2005. We take this fact, that there are limits, for granted. That every now and then there is a limit that cannot be topped. Researchers say that that limit again Is going to reach somewhere around 2013-2015. There Is a new technology for the HAD (hard disk drive) called the HAM (heat-assisted magnetic recording). This will bring massive storage growth and raise the Industry way beyond 100 TUB. Currently, there is a 100 TUB hard drive. When will it be commercially available?
After researching several charts I would say in about 5-10 years. At this point, the average person would not even need this much memory and the price would be extremely expensive. So I am going to say in about 5-10 years we will meet supply and demand on a 100 TUB hard drive. Ten years from I am predicting that I could buy an 8 TUB hard drive for around $100 dollars. I cannot get a very educated guess on this because all the historical charts on this vary. But I took what I could buy today and used Morel's law and came up with an 8 TUB hard drive that will cost about $100 dollars In the year 2023. And that Is If we even use HAD at that time.