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Various models with different specifications, storage capacities, and processing power.

   - Blade servers: Compact servers designed for high-density computing.

   - Tower servers: Standalone servers housed in tower-like enclosures.

   - Storage arrays: Network-attached storage (NAS) or storage area network (SAN) devices.

   - Power supplies: Server power units that can be individually replaced or upgraded.

   - Network switches: Devices used to connect multiple servers and devices within a network.



   - Desktop computers: Different models with varying processor speeds, RAM capacities, and storage sizes.

   - Laptop computers: Various laptop models, including ultrabooks, gaming laptops, and professional notebooks.

   - All-in-one computers: Desktop computers with integrated displays.

   - Monitors: Various sizes and resolutions, such as Full HD or 4K monitors.

   - Peripherals: Keyboards, mice, webcams, speakers, and other accessories.



   - Internal hard drives: Different capacities (measured in terabytes), such as 500GB, 1TB, 2TB, and so on.

   - External hard drives: Portable or desktop-style drives with USB or Thunderbolt connectivity.

   - Solid-state drives (SSDs): Internal or external drives with faster data access speeds compared to traditional hard drives.

   - Network-attached storage (NAS): Devices designed for storing and accessing data over a network.

   - Hard drive enclosures: Empty enclosures used to convert internal drives into external ones.


When it comes to memory space, it varies greatly depending on the specific models and configurations of these electronic items. Servers can range from a few gigabytes to multiple terabytes of RAM, while storage devices like hard drives or SSDs can have capacities ranging from a few hundred gigabytes to several terabytes.


For more specific information about memory space and detailed specifications, it's recommended to refer to the manufacturers' websites or contact them directly for accurate and up-to-date information.


Remember, whether you choose to resell or recycle these electronic items, it's essential to follow local regulations and consider environmentally friendly options for proper disposal if recycling is necessary.


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