Sony PlayStation Vita Memory Card 16GB @ Amazon - £24.99
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Sony PlayStation Vita Memory Card 16GB @ Amazon - £24.99

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Found 23rd Aug 2013
Great price! The PlayStation Vita Memory Card will be an essential purchase for new Vita users. The PlayStation Vita has no internal memory for user data, internal memory is reserved for System Software updates only. The PlayStation Vita Memory Card allows users to store their save games, video files and other content safely and securely - carrying it with them wherever they go.

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The Vita card prices are crazy but this is at least a step in the right direction.

Somehow I've managed to make do with my 8GB card that I got at launch (thanks to a fair bit of moving files around I must add).

Chirpa2000

The Vita card prices are crazy but this is at least a step in the right … The Vita card prices are crazy but this is at least a step in the right direction.Somehow I've managed to make do with my 8GB card that I got at launch (thanks to a fair bit of moving files around I must add).



Yeah I only recently got a 16GB card, but I actually found 8GB enough for the number of games I might realistically have on the go at any one time (unless it's Uncharted and Persona 4, in which case that's your lot!).

Incidentally, I'm selling my 8GB card if anyone's interested (check my FS/FT).

i got this through flubit for £22

Sonys actually droppi g the price of the ps vita console and the memory cards to increase sales. Its been announced 6 days ago. So theres gonna be alot of vita and accessoties showing up on hotukdeals in the coming weeks.

vita price drop news

Will make do with my 8GB.

This is still WAY too expensive for NAND RAM. Sony really are taking the #### with these proprietary cards. I have an 8GB card for my Vita and its a pain to delete and re-install games but there's no way I'm paying these prices when you can get a 16GB SD card for £8 and a fast 64GB SSD drive for £46.

I bet Sony would sell loads more Vita games if the prices of RAM were lower than this.

Sony won't learn till they're on the utter edge.

nickkelly

This is still WAY too expensive for NAND RAM. Sony really are taking the … This is still WAY too expensive for NAND RAM. Sony really are taking the #### with these proprietary cards. I have an 8GB card for my Vita and its a pain to delete and re-install games but there's no way I'm paying these prices when you can get a 16GB SD card for £8 and a fast 64GB SSD drive for £46. I bet Sony would sell loads more Vita games if the prices of RAM were lower than this.



This isn't RAM, you can't upgrade that for a PS Vita...

Can we please have ONE PS Vita memory card post where someone doesn't moan that this is dearer than SD cards / RAM / a hard drive (yes, someone actually compared the cost per MB of a Vita memory card to the cost per MB of a 1tb hard drive in another thread!!). This is a bargain given the fact they've been a lot more expensive up until now!! Yes, I COULD buy a micro SD card much cheaper however given that it wont work with my PS Vita it's a bit of a moot point.

People comparing these cards with micro SD cards just annoys me. They have chose this method of priority memory cards to give consumer more price point options and keep the cost of the unit down. If you want a bigger card for conscience and can afford it then you buy one. If not then you buy a smaller one. Why would the ship a console at a loss and allow any man and his dog to supply memory cards for it. Now that really would finish them off!

birmingham43

People comparing these cards with micro SD cards just annoys me. They … People comparing these cards with micro SD cards just annoys me. They have chose this method of priority memory cards to give consumer more price point options and keep the cost of the unit down. If you want a bigger card for conscience and can afford it then you buy one. If not then you buy a smaller one. Why would the ship a console at a loss and allow any man and his dog to supply memory cards for it. Now that really would finish them off!



The memory cards also have encryption to prevent piracy do they not? Which at this form factor is amazing.
I'm sure if Sony wanted to rip the user base off theyd make the handheld expensive, not the accessory!

But I'm sure cheaper memory cards would really push sales, I like to vary the games I play rather than burn out on a single game and I just can't unless I have the physical game cards

- PS+ and the constant Store Sales make digital the preferred option.

Also £40 for the 32gb card from amazon direct if you check in the other buyer options:
amazon.co.uk/gp/…new

Deal over

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