• 1 GB = 1024 MB
• 1 gb, my mom's mp3 player is 512 mb, really less storage space than mine...
• of course 1 gb.
• 1 GB = 1024 MB 512 MB < 1024 MB 512/1024 = 0.5 --> 512 MB = 0.5 GB
• 1 gigabyte=1024! gig>meg
• 1 GB is double of 512 MB
• 1GB=1024MB 512MB= 0.5GB 512MB is half a GIG
• I gigabyte is twice the size of 512 MB
• What is 1 GB?...."ill take Piece of Cake answers for \$1000 please."
• 1 GB!! (MB= megabyte GB= gigabyte)
• GB is bigger than MB. But, here is a bit of background. Gb is different than GB, Mb is different than MB, Bits (single bit) vs Bytes (8 bits). Technically, 1Gb based on a multiplcation of a power of 2. Sales, it is not so much anymore. Most vendors have changed the concept of a Gb to mean a thousand Mb = a thousand Kb = a thousand bits as opposed to the tech version of base 2 (binary) or 8 (hex).
• 1 GB is bigger than 512 MB. 1GB = 2*512 MB.
• 1gb = 1024mb 512mb = 0.5gb 512mb is half the size of 1gb meaning. Generally you will get twice as many photos on a 1gb card than a 512mb at the same quality and megapixels.
• 1 GB
• 1gb is larger than 512mb...
• 1 GB - there are a 1000 KB in a MB and a 1000 MB in a GB
• 1 GB = 1024 MB
• 1 GB
• 1gb
• If you use the Shell Silverstein poem method, 512 is bigger than 1. But, in the real world, 1 gig is bigger then 512 meg.
• 1 GB