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SANDISK MEMORY STICK PRO DUO 8GB FOR SONY £24.99 DELIVERED 7DAYSHOP.COM
SANDISK MEMORY STICK PRO DUO 8GB FOR SONY £24.99 DELIVERED 7DAYSHOP.COM

SANDISK MEMORY STICK PRO DUO 8GB FOR SONY £24.99 DELIVERED 7DAYSHOP.COM

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This is an 8GB Memory Stick compatible with PSP, etc. - Ideal for loading with videos, etc.

If you can find cheaper delivered from a REPUTABLE source (i.e will be genuine Sandisk), please post link.

There are a lot of cheap fakes around of these cards - and they DON'T work properly in PSP's etc - so please check carefully.

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With SanDisk Memory Stick PRO Duo, professional photographers and photo enthusiasts get outstanding performance and a lifetime warranty for capturing, transferring and viewing high resolution images.

With sandisk you get a write speed of up to 9MB per second and a read speed of 10MB per second.

Lifetime Limited Warranty
Capture high-resolution images faster
Take advantage of the advanced features of high mega-pixel digitial cameras
Compatible with all Memory Stick PRO devices with the use of the adapter. Suitable for many Sony digital cameras, Sony mobile phones and the PSP handheld gaming console.

Advanced Features:
Faster write speed means less time between shots
Ready for rapid-fire shooting
Compatible with Sony PSP's!
High-density flash memory and optimized controller technology lets you save large image files faster

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CHEAPEST PRICE I COULD FIND FIND FROM A REPUTABLE COMPANY (i.e. NOT eBay … CHEAPEST PRICE I COULD FIND FIND FROM A REPUTABLE COMPANY (i.e. NOT eBay or Amazon Marketplace)




Only £21

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Yup, paid £20.99 for one from mymemory a month ago too. :whistling:

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That's a great price Saint! Have you had any experience with the LEXAR cards vs the SANDISK?

I've not tried the LEXAR, but I have read on a couple of the PSP sites that the LEXAR cards can give problems with some homebrew apps, etc.

The general recommendations I've seen is use the Sandisk as they are even better than the SONY ones.

sorry, I would have to vote cold for this one too. I purchased the Lexar 8 gig from mymemory and it hasnt given me any issues with my sony video camera (great service from them too!). I had a 4 gig sandisk for home brew for my PSP but would cause pauses on some games and tooks ages to copy to the memory card too.

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sorry, I would have to vote cold for this one too. I purchased the Lexar … sorry, I would have to vote cold for this one too. I purchased the Lexar 8 gig from mymemory and it hasnt given me any issues with my sony video camera (great service from them too!). I had a 4 gig sandisk for home brew for my PSP but would cause pauses on some games and tooks ages to copy to the memory card too.



Thanks for the advice - looks like the LEXAR might be the better option all round then.

But have you tried the LEXAR in your PSP? If it's better, I'd rather go for one of those.

I've had mine since the start of November and have not experienced any problems with it, But have never tried PS1 games on it.

Lexar are part of the same group as Crucial. I have a Lexar 8Gb card and have no issues on my PSP. You'll find bad reports for all card manufacturers.

hammerick;4196731

That's a great price Saint! Have you had any experience with the LEXAR … That's a great price Saint! Have you had any experience with the LEXAR cards vs the SANDISK?I've not tried the LEXAR, but I have read on a couple of the PSP sites that the LEXAR cards can give problems with some homebrew apps, etc.The general recommendations I've seen is use the Sandisk as they are even better than the SONY ones.



I have not tried homebrew on my PSP, so can't compare Lexar Vs Sandisk.
If you specifically want it for homebrew, then if your research tells you to go for the Sandisk, then pay the extra £4 for it.

To be honest I've given up on the Pro Duo as I found it cheaper to buy a MicroSD to Pro Duo adapter. Currently have 2x 8gb in there for the PSP :-)
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