Yes. The 80 gb is thicker than the 30gb.
iPods come in four common capacities: 8 gigabyte, 32 gigabyte, and 64 gigabyte.
It depends on how much space you have
That depends on the IPod and how many songs it's able to hold (Gigabytes) IPods are generally about $250 dollars. ITouchs (Best thing everr) Can go from $250 to $399 depending on the gigabytes.
If you are looking for used/refurbished iPods or iPod Touches, then i Would suggest looking at GameStop's collection of iPods. Refurbished iPods are generally cheaper than new iPods, and may be what you are looking for.
The iPods today come in various capacities. Depending on your finances, buy what you can afford. I believe they come in 8, 16, 32 and 64 gigabyte varieties. The 64gb will hold over 2000 songs.
Sadly all ipods storage capacity cant be increased
Did you mean: "How much is 626.42 MB in a GB?" If you did mean this the answer is 0.62 GB,
A GB is a gigabyte. It's 109 bytes.
About 250 songs that run for three and a half minutes.
video ipods are good because they have video and like a 30 GB capacity where the ipod touch and new ipod nano only have like 6 GB
kilobyte & gigabyte
GB = GigaByte = 1000 MegaByte enough said..
All iPods come in specified capacities, and they are not user-serviceable; there is no practical way to upgrade the capacity of an iPod.
BitLord, this is the best as far as I know. There you can download files om several gigabytes
It depends on the size of the iPod hard drive. 8 gigabytes ipods hold around two thousand songs, while others might hold more. It also depends on the model of the iPod, because some iPods have more capacity when there are less extra features.
Its Simple 1000 mb (mega byte) mean 1 GB (gigabyte) 16000 MB (mega byte) mean 16 GB (gigabyte) (1024*16) = 16384 Its my ans ok
What do you mean? 1024MB = 1 GB i think he meant how many gigabits in a gigabyte too which the answer would be 8
It is 4 gb. GB and gb are essentially the same thing, even if you mean the difference between gigabytes and gibibytes. the only difference, would be that 4GB could possibly be construed to mean either 4100 KB or 1000 KB, where a gb would only be 4000 kb.
It means 1 GigaByte , amount of memory
gigabyte - unit of file size
There is no difference between GB and gb; both mean Gigabyte, or 21000 bytes. However, it is generally considered incorrect to use "gb", because the symbol should be capitalized.