Sandisk M2 8GB Card (PSP, SE Phones) - £37.99 Delivered @ Play! - HotUKDeals
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Great price for the 8GB card from play - and comes with an adapter so can be used in the PSP. Great for SE phones but not sure if they will make the phone a bit laggy. Use code experience08 to get this price. Dont forget quidco which will be about £1.50!!

# Features:
# Dual voltage: 1.8v and 3.3v
# Memory Stick¿ interface (serial / parallel)
# Average operating current: max 65 mA (serial transfer)
# max 100 mA (parallel transfer)
# Memory Stick PRO compatible
# Minimum write speed: 15 Mbps
# Environmental temperature: -25ºC to 85ºC non-condensing
# Dimensions (W x L x T): approx. 12.5 x 15 x 1.2 mm
# Weight: approx. 1 g
# Supplied accessories: M2 adapter - for use with normal Memory Stick Pro Duo slots.
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#1
Ideal for all those that got the SE W880i 12months free/£50 quidco from E2Save last week :)
#2
schizoboy;1816091
Ideal for all those that got the SE W880i 12months free/£50 quidco from E2Save last week :)


True :-D

Good thing about this is that it actually makes it competetive with the 4GB for once ;-)
#3
Could the member with the full voting power please explain? Is there a better price available?
#4
Great price for 8GB, but is this as fast as a normal Memory Stick Pro Duo 8GB? – I want to us it in my PSP.
#5
I asked about this 8GB M2 card on MSE a few months ago, and got the "laggy" reply. I bought one for my SE k810i anyway.

It works just fine, it takes a while to boot up when you switch it on, but otherwise it's no problem.
#6
emasu
Could the member with the full voting power please explain? Is there a better price available?

What is full voting power?

I would agree with Louise that (in my K800i) an 8gb M2 makes it slow to boot & a little slow generally, but nothing overly noticeable (I hadn't put the two togather until she said).
#7
jnm21
What is full voting power?

I would agree with Louise that (in my K800i) an 8gb M2 makes it slow to boot & a little slow generally, but nothing overly noticeable (I hadn't put the two together until she said).


I'm guessing that it was voted cold when it was 1st posted.

A member with "Full voting power" can effect a temperature of a deal by + or - 9 degrees.

It is not necessarily someone with full voting power, as it could be a member with a voting power of -4 and another with a voting power of -5 that voted, or a million different permutations. :)
#8
thesaint;1862744

It is not necessarily someone with full voting power, as it could be a member with a voting power of -4 and another with a voting power of -5 that voted. :)


Possible, but i doubt it was. The refreshes were like 2 seconds apart lol

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