Imagine that a holographic storage drive has been invented. Suppose

Imagine that a holographic storage drive has been invented. Suppose that a holographic drive costs $10,000 and has an average access time of 40 milliseconds. Suppose that it uses a $100 cartridge the size of a CD. This cartridge holds 40,000 images, and each image is a square black-and-white picture with resolution 6000 × 6000 pixels (each pixel stores 1 bit). Suppose that the drive can read or write 1 picture in 1 millisecond. Answer the following questions.
a. What would be some good uses for this device?
b. How would this device affect the I/O performance of a computing system?
c. Which other kinds of storage devices, if any, would become obsolete as a result of this device being invented?