Actually the original xbox has a 10 gig harddrive (formatted to 8 gig) for ripping your music cds into a digital format. It also serves for game saves.
The original iPod's hard drive capacity was 5GB and 10GB. Future releases saw increases to the capacity the hard drive to accommodate movies, TV shows and apps. Currently, the largest capacity hard drive for an iPod is 160GB, on the iPod Classic.
Depends on how big your hard drive is.
The "total amount of drive space" is whatever the capacity of your hard drive(s) is.
Hard drive capacity can be measured in either gigabytes or terabytes. It depends on the amount of capacity it has. Hard drive capacity usually is defined by the largest unit of storage. For example a 2 TB drive usually is not referred to as a 2,000 GB drive.
This was a 6.4 GB hard drive.
Because when the hard drive is formatted it has less than its original capacity, same as on a PC or Mac hard drive.
In older hard drives the capacity would be measured in Megabyte (MB) some of the modern ones are now measured in Gigabyte (GB) and the lastest hard drive capacity is Terabyte (TB).
depends on the Hard Drive.... if you've got a version of windows goto: My computer right click on the HD in question choose properties on the drop down list you'll see a pie chart of your hard drive listing used/free and total space
120 GB is the highest ATA hard drive capacity. There are many models of computers which can handle this capacity. Laptops are designed to handle 120 GB as well.
A modern hard drive is measured in Gigabytes (GB) 1GB = 1024MB (Megabytes)
The easiest way, on windows, is to open up "my computer" and right-click on your hard drive (usually drive C or D) and select properties. Total, used, and free space is displayed with a pie chart.
A hard drive.
Megabytes, Gigabytes or Terabytes.
External because they can hold as much capacity than portable one's.
matters what version it is .... it is usually 102
normally used in reference to "storage capacity" (i.e., the size of your hard drive)
Technology is ongoing and there is no theoretical limit for hard drive capacity however at present the largest hard drive available to consumers is Western Digital's 2TB Caviar Green drive.
capacity type and speed of the hard drive
Only if you have a hard drive. Otherwise they will not work without a hard drive.
A TB external hard drive means that the storage capacity of the particular hard drive is equal to 1 TB or terabyte. A terabyte is equal to 1,000 gigabytes or GB.