megavolt85 wrote:128 KB = 1 Mbit
VMU has a fixed size of 128 kilobytes (1 Megabit)
If the VMU has 4 Megabits, it must have a switch memory banks button
All very true.
However, I hate how misleading these companies were and are. They throw around terms like "Meg" and "MB" trying to use ambiguity to trick people into buying products all of the time. After all, the average person uses "megabyte" more than "megabit" and so will think "Meg" meant megabyte by the company. "MB" with a capital B is supposed to stand for "MegaByte" while "Mb" with a lowercase b is supposed to stand for "Megabit," yet companies such as Joytech will toss MB on something like an Advanced Jolt Pack anyway. If they get called out about it, then they offer flimsy excuses like, "Well, what we meant was ..., so it was your fault, average consumer." It is just not ethical. If that's "really what you meant," then spell it out with the full wording instead of swindling customers with your company's intentionally ambiguous labeling!