SanDisk is responding to the portable video game market with a new line of memory cards. Its new line of M2 memory cards is for the PSP Go, and will be packaged with the Memory Stick Pro Duo adapters if the user has another kind of PSP. SanDisk is also creating a special SDHC card for the Nintendo DSi (and by special, we mean it’s the same as any other SDHC card, but with a DSi logo on it.)
The prices for these cards vary. The M2 cards are $27.99 for the 2GB, $44.99 for the 4GB, $74.99 for the 8GB, and $142.99 for the 16GB. As for the Nintendo SDHC cards, they are $32.99 for the 4GB, and $47.99 for the 8GB.
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Okay, PSP and PS3’ers, take note…and start saving your pennies now. Why? Because at CES, Sony announced that their 16GB Memory Stick Pro Duo will hit stores in March. That’s right, 16GB, four times more the highest capacity Pro Duo currently available. That’s way more photos, music, videos,
movies and pure fun than ever. The downside? The storage card will cost a whopping $300 USD—more than a PSP itself. Worth it? You make the call.
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