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PSP and Memory Stick Pro Duo

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Anthony Hom, May 3, 2005.

  1. Ken Chui

    Ken Chui Supporting Actor

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    Looks like Dave got lucky with the price; it's back up to $113.93, plus $4.81 for shipping.

    On a somewhat related note, eCost just sent me an e-mail informing me that my Sandisk 1GB stick was shipped today (keeping my fingers crossed [​IMG] ).
     
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    Just got my Sandisk 1gig Pro Duo at Ecost for $106 shipped. Happily playing my mp3 files now. Next stop, Sopranos episodes!
     
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    My order from eCost arrived today, but my experience was memorable for all of the wrong reasons. If anyone wants to read the details, it's in this thread.
     
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    Its been a few years since this thread was started, but now the memory sticks are getting up there in the 8 and 16GB range. The question I have: is there a upper memory limit on a PSP? I have used 8GB Pro Duo sticks so far, but have not bought any 16GB sticks. Can they use the 16GB stick, or do they need a system update? I am referring to the 1st gen PSP.
     
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    I have a pro duo, I'm not really sure about the standard duo. If you buy one off of ebay, be careful because a lot of people sell fake ones that are like 1/3 of normal memory.
     

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