1 GB Memory Stick Micro M2 @ CeX - £2 - HotUKDeals
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1 GB Memory Stick Micro M2 @ CeX - £2.00

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banned6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago

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#1
Great price, just ordered ;-)
#2
me tooo!
#3
If people vote Cold, They should at least stop being Lazy & tell us why ?

I'm voting Hot as it looks a good price....thx
#4
WheresMeNuts
If people vote Cold, They should at least stop being Lazy & tell us why ?

I'm voting Hot as it looks a good price....thx


The "WOW" probably did it.
#5
cex buy for 40p wow lol
#6
is it Sandisk who make them ?
#7
tried chargong me £7 for a 1gb m2 in store just before xmas grrr.
#8
sold out, looks like they had only a couple available online.
#9
therealslimkaty
sold out, looks like they had only a couple available online.


I've Messaged you :whistling:
#10
This deal needs to be 'unexpired'... Theres 17 of them left to order online???
#11
I see 19 in stock.
#12
I also see dead people.
#13
Memory Stick Micro (M2)
Memory Stick Micro and adapter.

In a joint venture with SanDisk, Sony released a new Memory Stick format on February 6, 2006. The Memory Stick Micro (M2) measures 15 × 12.5 × 1.2 mm (roughly one-quarter the size of the Duo) with 128 MB, 256 MB, 512 MB, 1 GB, 2 GB, 4 GB, 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB capacities available. The format has a theoretical limit of 32 GB and maximum transfer speed of 160 Mbit/s.

The M2 comes with an adapter, much like the Duo Sticks, to ensure physical compatibility with Memory Stick PRO devices. However, not all devices with a PRO slot are compatible with the M2/Adapter combination, as the firmware of older devices don't support the higher capacity of some M2 cards. One example is certain Sony CLIÉ PDAs which don't support cards larger than 2 GB.[7]

Sony announced on June 1, 2009 that M2 support in Sony Ericsson phones would be dropped in favor of microSD.[8]

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