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SanDisk Cruzer Titanium U3 USB Flash Drive only £9.99 & Sandisk Memory Stick Micro M2 - 4GB only £10.99 @ PicStop!

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Sandisk Memory Stick Micro M2 - 4GB

The SanDisk Memory Stick Micro M2 is compatible with the latest Sony Ericcson multimedia mobile phones needing expandable storage for music, videos, and quality photos.

The SanDisk Memory Stick Micro M2 comes with a memory stick Pro Duo adapter making it additionally compatible with all mobile phones and devices featuring a Memory Stick Pro Duo slot

Features:
- Includes Memory Stick PRO Duo adapter for universal compatibility with M2 slots and Memory Stick PRO Duo slots
- Dual voltage operation; 1.8v for new Sony Ericsson mobile phones, 3.3v for Memory Stick PRO Duo compatible devices.
- Controlled ejection design allows for easier removal
- Sony Magicgate encryption technology support
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Will this work on a PSP?
just reading up on this
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The 8Gb titanium seems a better deal at £15.99 & if the claimed speeds are true (which web reviews seem mixed on), I reckon it may be worth the extra over say the play branded ones at £10.

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