Measuring disc size in a unit which is meaningless to computers is a common trick of the hard disc manufacturers. However where as a drive can be just about any size, determined by the number of tracks, heads and sectors per track, memory can only be manufacturered in sizes which are powers of 2, so should be given as true megabytes or gigabytes. So if anything they should be claiming a 128 (true) MB stick as a 134 (damn lies) MB stick.
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Wakefield 2009 wrap-up, photos and video The weekend's RISC OS event has been and gone and we've got the rest of our lives to look forward to. Here's a round-up of extra news and Drobe's show-related coverage and some photos taken from Wakefield 2009 - plus a video from the show floor. 16 comments, latest by AW on 29/4/09 7:41PM. Published: 27 Apr 2009