Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Archos USB A-Male to A-Male against USB Law !!! Bjö rn ?
Re: Archos USB A-Male to A-Male against USB Law !!! Bjö rn ?
From: Chris Muth <rockbox_at_muth.cc>
Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2003 22:37:44 -0600
MB is generally Megabyte
Mb is generally Megabit
B is bigger than b.
Byte is bigger than bit
On 12/18/03 at 4:04 AM mr.escape_at_gmx.de wrote:
>At 01:42 18.12.2003, you wrote:
>>Now I'm more confused. Björn, on the back of these three Model 500277
>>Recorder boxes, one of which was the defective HD that I'm returning to
>>Amazon, it says two things:
>>"USB 2.0 Interface"
>>"Transfer rate to computer up to 12MB/sec"
>What do you think, do they mean MBit/s or MByte/s?
>12 MByte/s is about the speed, i get from this thing (quick test: 12.2
>MByte/s reading), using a 2m €1.10 cable.
Received on 2003-12-18