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GCN : July 2015
34 GCN JULY 2015 • GCN.COM WishList Tech we hope to see in the public sector Hoverbike The Hoverbike looks straight out of “Star Wars” but is being developed for actual military use. Malloy Aeronautics and Survice Engineering are working with the Army Research Lab to turn this prototype into a new class of tactical reconnaissance vehicles. HGST 10TB ‘helium’ drive The Ultrastar Archive Ha10’s sealed helium platform offers less resistance and greater storage density by squeezing seven thinner platters into a space that usually allows five . A smaller motor runs cooler and on less power, bringing down the storage cost per gigabyte. And it uses what HGST calls shingled magnetic recording (SMR) to layer data tracks across one another. The Ha10 cannot simply be dropped into a traditional storage system, however. Host applications must be customized to account for the SMR, and native driver and file system support for server platforms is not expected until 2016. What new technologies do you think GCN readers should learn more about? Tell us on Twitter: @GCNtech #GCNwishlist. Pwn Pad 3 The Pwn Pad 3 from Pwnie Express gives penetration testers a lightweight tablet for easy, mobile evaluation of wired and wireless networks. It boasts a Tegra K1 2.2 GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, more than 100 of the most popular open-source testing tools and the Kali Linux security distribution. The first units are expected to ship this summer. Cheaper and easier to fly than a helicopter, the Hoverbike can be flown unmanned or manned and has an estimated range of 90 miles and a payload of 220 pounds. Planned uses include supply transport, surveillance, and search and rescue operations. 0715gcn_034.indd 34 6/30/15 12:16 PM