Reason to feel nostalgic - not
Things have come a long way since I was overjoyed to get a 20 MB Seagate 5.25 inch full height hard drive. It had its quirks though.
I lived in Bonn in Germany at that time and over the years I had it I had to low-level format the drive every Spring and Autumn, when the ambient temperature rose or fell. This meant backing up the drive to 360 KB 5.25 inch floppies every six months (oh the joys of the alcohol I consumed to relieve the boring tedium; MSDOS was not exactly - actually not in the slightest - capable of multitasking and the closest thing to waiting for a 360 KB floppy to be filled can only be compared to the Chinese Water Torture).
It also had a warning sticker on the top of it to wear safety shoes when handling it.
Back then, given the pace of PC development I could not even imagine talking about a 1 TB drive in my lifetime let alone a 4 TB one which I have recently bought (Seagate ST4000DM000).
I've been a computer techie for 30 years and I still haven't lost my sense of wonder.