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Old 02-04-2013, 10:58 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by GeoffC View Post
One thing I suppose occasionally forgotten, but important when considering broadband limits - what's the average size of a download magazine ? Nat Geo / Focus types ...
(These are figures through Zinio.)
National Geographics are big compared to other magazines, lots of high-resolution pictures, plus lots of digital extras like videos. The three most recent issues were 460MB, 426MB (this was a special 125th anniversary issue) and 313MB.
More 'normal' magazines are in the 10-25MB range.
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