2GB is 2048MB as such, 2GB is greater than 128MB.
128mb is pretty low, but if your ibook runs on mac OS 9, then it is not that bad.
Assuming you know the difference between binary and decimal: Binary: 1024K = 1MB 128MB * 1024KB = 131072KB (KB's in 128MB) 131072KB / 4 = 32768 (4KB's in 128MB) Decimal: 1000K = 1MB 128MB * 1000KB = 128000KB (KB's in 128MB) 128000KB / 4 = 32000 (KB's in 128MB) If you don't know the difference between binary and decimal, binary is exact values, decimal is the way things are marketed. (IE: A hard drive is marketed as 80GB when in reality you only get 78.125GB)
The 128mb memory is larger because RAM is a type of memory and obviously 128 is more than 64.
Definitely 32 GB. If you turn GB into MB, it would basically be 128MB Versus 3200MB.
It is exactly what it is - 128 MB of RAM.
128MB of ram
computer with prossesor speed of 550Mh and 128Mb RAM
All RAM is virus-free.
you can put 2 128mb in dual channal mode, this theoretically doubles data throughput from the memory to the memory controller.
Yes 1Gb = 1000Mb
A Smartmedia 128MB is a memory card. This memory can hold about 800 pictures on it. You can put about 20 minutes of videos on this memory card in place of the pictures.
Varies can be anywhere from 128mb to 16gb
Roughly 128MB, or 0.128GB
Iphone 2g has 128mb ram