Megabytes

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Floppy Disk Variants - Standard Floppy Replacements - Sony HiFD
... the "150 MB Sony HiFD" which could hold 150 megabytes (157.3 actual megabytes) of data ... and increased the capacity to "200 MB" (approximately 210 megabytes) while they were at it ...
IBM 3480 Family - 3480
... It was also distinguished by a relatively high data transfer rate 3 megabytes per second ... The IBM 3480 cartridge stored 200 megabytes in a modest 4x5 inch cartridge compared to the previous technology's 140 megabytes on a 10.5 inch ...
Macintosh Quadra 700
... The Quadra 700 could be upgraded to 68 megabytes of RAM, which with its 25 MHz processor made it a very useful computer for scientific or design work ... The video memory was expandable to 2 megabytes via 256 ... kilobyte 100 nS VRAM SIMMs in each of VRAM SIMM expansion slots on the motherboard ... Expanding the video memory to 2 megabytes allowed for 24-bit (Millions) color at resolutions up to 832x624 ...
History Of IBM Magnetic Disk Drives - IBM's First HDD Versus Its Last HDDs
... depending upon model 16 10.3 1.85 1,283 Power density (megabytes/watt) 0.0016 9,125 17,476 43,243 27,375,856 List price (US$) 57,000 420 ... Price/megabyte (US$) 15,200 0 ...
ZipSlack - Minimum Requirements
... As downloaded, ZipSlack required approximately 100 megabytes of disk space and an Intel 80386 or compatible CPU ... ZipSlack was able to run with as little as four megabytes of memory, with an add-on supplied by Slackware ... However, at least eight megabytes—preferably 16—was the recommended minimum requirement possibly more if the X Window System or other GUI software is ...

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