would non-rewritable flash be easier to manufacture?

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User Info: Forte89

Forte89
6 years ago#1
that way we can use upwords of 8GB(side note gb means gigabit not gigabyte) without it being to expensive, i bought an 8GB microSD over a year ago for less than 20 dollars, think ones that you write to once would be cheaper to make?

right now people are saying it will launch with 2gb cards, thats only 256 MB.
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MyDogSkip
6 years ago#2
It's two GB cards. Gb is gigabit and GB is gigabyte (if correct capitalization is used by the writer.)
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MDS2005
6 years ago#3
...i have no idea what Gigabits or gigabytes are. or what there differences are. at all.
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MyDogSkip
6 years ago#4
1 byte = 8 bits
1024 bytes = 1 kilobyte and 1024 bits = 1 kilobit
1024 kilobytes = 1 megabyte and 1024 kilobits= 1 megabit
1024 megabytes = 1 gigabyte and 1024 megabits = 1 gigabit
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