A couple of weeks ago, Google announced plans to sell its Silvermoon Drive for $10,000, and it turns out that you can buy a Google Drive on the secondary market for $6,000.
So what can you do with a $10k Google Drive?
Well, the first thing to note is that you don’t have to use the drive to do anything.
You can use it for any purpose you want, and you can store all of your files in Google Drive as well as a handful of other things like your photos and videos.
You can also upload photos and other types of files directly to Google Drive, and Google says that the storage is as good as 1TB.
You don’t need to worry about data retention, either.
You only have to store files in the drive once.
You’ll be able to upload files to Google and delete them at any time.
That’s pretty nifty for most of us.
But if you want to use it to keep track of your dogs, your kids, or to store an archive of all the old videos you’ve made, you’ll need to upgrade.
There’s no sign yet of Google Drive being sold to consumers, but it does appear that Google is looking to make the upgrade as easy as possible for users.
In addition to storing photos, videos, and other files, the Silvermoon drive will also sync with Google Drive automatically.
It will do this automatically once you sign in to your account, and if you’ve signed in to Google before, you can even sync files on your account in real-time.
Once you’ve synced files, you will be able access them from your computer.
That includes any Google Drive folder, like “Music” or “Photos.”
The Silvermoon will automatically show up in the folder, so if you click on a file, you won’t have any problems opening it.
Google says that it plans to automatically show you new Google Drive links in your Gmail inbox, but that’s probably a bit too convenient to be true.
In my case, I was able to find a few links, but nothing more.
In addition, it doesn’t show you any of the other information about the files, like where they came from or where they went.
If you’re worried that your Google Drive is going to become a lost cause, Google is offering a $15 credit on Google Drive purchases.
That’s a good deal if you’re willing to spend a bit more for the drive.
If your drive isn’t getting any downloads, there’s also a good chance that the files you’re storing will disappear from the drive before you can use them.
That doesn’t happen very often, though, so don’t be too disappointed if you lose all your Google photos and files.
There are also a few other perks to the drive that will only make it easier for you to keep your files on it.
The drive can be synced across multiple devices, including Windows and Mac computers.
If you’re using a Chromebook, you’re able to sync to it as well.
You also get access to the same files that Google Drive gets, so it’s a perfect fit for keeping all of the old photos, documents, and music in the cloud.
Google is not the only company trying to make a play on storage with GoogleDrive.
Dropbox, which has a ton of users and has been on a lot of Google’s radar, also plans to make Google Drive a primary file storage option.
The company is making the move to make its cloud storage available to all customers, even those who aren’t interested in keeping files in their Google Drive.
The biggest downside to GoogleDrive is that it’s limited to one drive per account, but if you have a lot to share, the drive can help you get organized.
It’s a great option if you need to manage a lot at once.
And you can upload photos to Google, which is great if you live in a city with lots of photographers.