1 Gigabyte (or GB) = 1024 megabytes or 1048576 kilobytes or 1073741824 bytes or 8589934592 bits.

1gb is the same as 1024mb.

1024mb is equal to 1gb a little over a 1gb

You get 1GB of memory.

You can get a 1GB SD Card for about £4 / $6 Check the related links below.

it starts from 1499(Transend)

1GB = 1024 MB 1MB= 1024 KB So 1GB= 1048576 KB

1,000,000KB is equal to 1GB, or 1GB equals 1,000,000KB. So divide your number by 1,000,000. You get 102.4GB.

2038=1gb 1014mb 1gigabyte=1024megabytes

I think the 1gb 2rx16 is best!

audio books don't take up 1gb not even close (also how do u gt 1gb free a month????

It's 8Gb because 1000MB equals 1GB

1gb = 250 songs so 16gb = 4000 songs and from what my friend says 1gb can hold around a 1hr movie

1GB has way more memory. 1GB is 1000 MB. so 512 MB is about half of 1GB

16KB is 0.00152587890625% of 1GB. not much at all.

As stated, it holds one gigabyte.

In my video camera 15 minutes is 1gb

An average UMD game is about 1GB

32mb=2^25, 1gb=2^30, so 1gb = 32*32mb.

1gb is greater than 1kb

1GB is greater than 1632KB.

A 1GB (GigaByte) memory stick will contain 1GB of memory. As memory still uses powers of 2 (not powers of 10) when talking about capacity, 1 gigabyte is equal to 1024 ^ 3 = 1,073,741,824 bytes of memory.

1GB 1st gens can cost under $100.

depends on recording compression format

3806MB=3.806GB (est Remember 1000mb is 1gb.

They only make 2g and 4g now