HUMAN HARD DRIVE
They say the human brain is the greatest computer ever. So how many megabytes would the brain be able to store? Between 10-100 terabytes is the estimate of computational experts, according to a report in SlateMagazine. One TB is equal to around 1,000 GB. There are about 100 billion neurons in the brain, each capable of a thousand data points. But experts say this is only a rough calculation, with a lot of assumptions about neuron activities.