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This is the cheapest I've seen a 4gb Memory Stick Pro Duo card go for.... £49.99 delivered from Play.com
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#1
£47.68 at shopmagenta....which includes delivery
banned#2
Got mine a couple of months ago for £30 inc delivery off ebay, just make sure you buy from UK sellers, not fron Hong Kong...
#3
I got fed up with buying these, essentially, overpriced cards for my PSP.
I got a Rapsody S25 from ...

http://www.digitalall.co.uk

and a 160gb Hitachi Travelstar 2.5" drive from SVP. I now have tons of on-the-go storage for my PSP, digital camera, mobile phone, etc.

Go the whole course and invest in one of these. I can vouch for their functionality and it is the most beautiful external HDD you will ever see :)

The whole package runs at about £160, give or take a few pounds. It's the best £160 i've ever spent :)
#4
£49.84 at dabs.com :-D
#5
Just got one for £23 delivered off fleabay UK seller
#6
The fakes are getting seriously good. Very hard to tell differences for most people I can assure you.
#7
hot........,8GB for 99.99
#8
#9
Blanco
The fakes are getting seriously good. Very hard to tell differences for most people I can assure you.


As long as it works :whistling:
#10
Scribbles
I got fed up with buying these, essentially, overpriced cards for my PSP.
I got a Rapsody S25 from ...

http://www.digitalall.co.uk

and a 160gb Hitachi Travelstar 2.5" drive from SVP. I now have tons of on-the-go storage for my PSP, digital camera, mobile phone, etc.

Go the whole course and invest in one of these. I can vouch for their functionality and it is the most beautiful external HDD you will ever see :)

The whole package runs at about £160, give or take a few pounds. It's the best £160 i've ever spent :)


How did you find installing it together as I bought one ages ago and can't seem to get it to work with the psp?

Hard drive appears to be installed correctly but the S25 won't communicate with the psp??? Which USB cable do you use?
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The trick is to connect it up to your PSP but don't run 'USB Mode' (have it ready to run, but just highlighted) on the PSP until AFTER selecting 'Tools'>>'PSP Copy' on the S25.
S25 should say "Connecting...", then run USB mode on the PSP. It should all work fine then :)
The same applies if you simply want to backup your PSP via 'Backup' on the main menu of the S25.
I use the mini to mini cable that is provided in the package. A little on the short side, but any mini to mini cable should work fine.
#12
Why pay £50?

I got one for under £19 on ebay last week :whistling:
#13
Why pay £50?
I got one for under £19 on ebay last week :whistling:

Be interesting to see if it's still working in 6 months :D
#14
Scribbles
The trick is to connect it up to your PSP but don't run 'USB Mode' (have it ready to run, but just highlighted) on the PSP until AFTER selecting 'Tools'>>'PSP Copy' on the S25.
S25 should say "Connecting...", then run USB mode on the PSP. It should all work fine then :)
The same applies if you simply want to backup your PSP via 'Backup' on the main menu of the S25.
I use the mini to mini cable that is provided in the package. A little on the short side, but any mini to mini cable should work fine.


I'll give it a try, thanks
#15
I have no idea what you're on about with the Rapsody 25 thing and a PSP - but I'm thinking of getting a PSP in a couple of months, and would love to know.
#16
It's [S25] an external hard drive enclosure that uses OTG (on the go) technology so that you don't need a computer to transfer files between the hard drive and your portable appliance. Used a lot by photographers to transfer all the pictures whilst they're out on shoots.

The Rhapsody is one that is marketed at PSP owners - I got mine from the people mentioned above but haven't got it working with my PSP yet, gonna try what Scribbles has suggested and see if it works.

In terms of size it's about the same size as a PDA so very portable and it is quite smart looking
#17
It's a good way to go. Compared with the Datel 4gb solution, the S25 is a steal. Compared with the memory stick solution, it's a no brainer.
Yes, you need ONE memory stick for the PSP. You also cannot run the HDD content directly on the PSP (on-the-fly). But it is like taking your PC out on the road with you, to transfer stuff to your PSP on demand.
I have mine set up like this:

c: Music (FAT32 - 32000mb)
d: Movies (FAT32 - 32000mb)
e: Photos (FAT32 - 32000mb)
f: PC Data (NTFS - 55gb)

The S25 only recognizes 32000mb, FAT32 partitions for OTG use. It also has trouble with extended partitions. So, C,D and E are primary OTG partitions, whilst F is simply used as a PC storage solution. You are only allowed four primaries on a HDD, so I settled for the above setup :)

BTW, I apologise for hijacking the thread. It was not my intention. I simply wanted to illustrate that there are great alternatives to memory sticks for the PSP. 160gb v 4gb? Hmmm ... ;)

Hope it helps.
#18
Thanks scribbles - certainly no apology needed from my viewpoint - all good info. How long does it take to transfer a film, say, from your S25 to the PSP? I'm thinking that the chances are I'll not need to take more than one film or a few CDs worth of data out with me at any one time anyway - so the S25 might be superfluous for me. I'm home every night and can do the transfers then.
#19
I just use mine on holidays and whilst out on the road. The way I look at it, I need nothing on my memory card apart from game saves and system files. I keep loads of movies on the S25, so when I want to watch a movie I have pretty much my entire collection in my pocket to choose from. I'm not stuck with what is on the PSP when I leave home. It's like having access to all your recordings away from home.
Data transfer, in my experience, is the same speed as when the PSP is plugged straight into the PC. It transfers at roughly 1gb every 90 secs.
It ain't slow. A whole movie takes a little over a minute. I haven't timed it, but that is about right as I remember it. It's a lot faster than your average thumb drive.

At worst, the S25 is a smart looking external HDD for your PC. At best, it is a backup solution for your digital camera, PSP, MP3 player, etc.
#20
biglugs1
Be interesting to see if it's still working in 6 months :D


I'm sure it will be :)
#21
Has anyone got theirs to work with a phone? I'm hoping to use it in a Sony W810i . Some places say it should work but others tell me it'll just crash the phone...!
#22
I'm not sure about phones, as they usually work with their own PC suite (Sony Ericsson, Nokia etc). It'll deffo work with anything that connects to a PC as a removable drive.
#23
I think he meant the memory card?
#24
I wouldnt say a hot deal Play had the San Disk 4gb for £34.99 a few months back the extra £15 for the sony isnt worth it sorry cold from me

+ ebay ones are poo they dont perform as well as real ones i wouldnt trust my holiday photos to a peace of junk chinese fake even if they were giving them away

EDIT

Sony Memory Stick Pro Duo 4GB
£29.99 Free Delivery

NOT £49.99

SO YES HOT DEAL
#25
£49.99 was a good deal in March 2007 ;-)
#26
Someone Update The Price Its £29.99 Not £49.99

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