"We are replacing the hard drive," he said. "I don’t mean that you’re going to unscrew your MacBook and find a Dropbox inside, but the spiritual successor to the hard drive is what we’re launching."
Houston described it as a "kind of a save button for the post-PC world."
As Dropbox implements more save-to-the-cloud and storage features which makes it easier for users to save, store and access their apps, programs, documents, photos and other files, will it be able to replace the hard drive?
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- Dropbox wants to replace the hard drive (news.techeye.net)
- Dropbox Has A Master Plan To End The Hard Drive As We Know It (businessinsider.com)
- Dropbox wants to replace your hard disk (pcpro.co.uk)
- How Dropbox Plans to Replace Your Hard Drive (mashable.com)
- Online vs. offline storage – which is better? (dynamicbusiness.com.au)
- Portable Desktop for Dropbox: A New Cloud Security Solution by Brainzsquare (prweb.com)
- Dropbox App Will Replace Hard Drives? CEO Explains Revolution of the App (designntrend.com)
- Dropbox Login, App, Download: Tech Firm Hits 175 Million Users, Challenges Apple's iCloud (designntrend.com)
- Dropbox Grows to 175 Million Users, Plans to Replace Your Hard Drive (besttechie.com)