- n. Plural form of megabyte.
“But most people don't understand how much 50 megabytes is or two kilobits is.”
“(In each case, 700 megabytes is occupied by the phone's software.)”
“You can order another 64 or 128 megabytes from a place like www. simpletech.com or www. promo.crucial.com.”
“How many megabytes is a code update from Apple?) 2.”
“Even if the manufacturer does put some onboard memory, it won't exceed 8-16 megabytes, which is really not enough.”
“But what about a million million megabytes, which is an exabyte?”
“While not listed in the system's official specs, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata said during a recent investor briefing that the internal memory consists of 256 megabytes, which is half that of the Wii.”
“It has since shifted to a pricing model in which it charges consumers based on how many "megabytes" of data they use in a month.”
“This is not a big deal if you are downloading a 1 or even a 100 kilobyte file, but if you’re talking about several megabytes, that is a considerable waste.”
“The average size of a quality digital photo is about three megabytes, meaning just one terabyte can store more than 300,000 such pictures.”
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