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megabyte

A unit of digital size, corresponding to one million (106) bytes (sometimes, 1024 kilobytes).

megabyte

one million bytes (approximately 1 million characters = 1000 KB).
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Bakshi's company needs the space: It produces business presentations that often use color scans, which can take up more than 10 megabytes of memory for just one image.
Targeted at customers who want the power of a 486-based PC at a very affordable price, the COMPAQ ProLinea 4/25s comes standard with 4 megabytes of RAM (expandable to 32MB), and is available in a Model 120, with a 120- megabyte hard drive, priced at $1,349, and a Model 240, with a 240- megabyte hard drive, priced at $1,549.
That means getting a Pentium processor of 100 megahertz or better, at least a 1 gigabyte hard drive and 16 megabytes of RAM.
The Momenta Computer 1/80 is now available with 8 megabytes of RAM, an 80 megabyte hard drive with a suggested retail price of $4,495.
LAS VEGAS -- With 1000X the Density of Its First 8 Megabyte DiskOnKey and Support for a Broad Portfolio of Software Applications, M-Systems Continues to Lead and Innovate Smart Personal Storage
The loss of productive time while users were being inconvenienced was less important than obtaining storage at a lower cost per megabyte.
Elpida), Japan's leading global supplier of Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM), today announced its 512 Megabyte DDR2 Small-Outline Dual In-line Memory Modules (SO-DIMMs).
For the first time, the highest flash disk capacity in standard disk casing combined with a 320 megabyte per second SCSI bus interface is available on the market.
RAID offers users data redundancy, fast access, drive hot-swapping capabilities, as well as a high cost per megabyte, making a RAID-only SAN solution too expensive for implementation into many of today's cost-conscious organizations.
RAM is now less than $50 per megabyte, and provides a noticeable boost in performance for many tasks.
The cost advantages of 128 megabyte (1 gigabit) and 256 megabyte (2 gigabit) DiskOnChip G4 are achieved through the product's single die design and use of 90 nanometer process MLC NAND flash.