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Looks like those Sony 2TB memory sicks we warned you about way back in January are finally coming to pass, and Sony Insider has dug up the details. As appearing on Sony's oss-formats.org site, the Memory Stick XC keeps the current form factor for memory sticks (most likely these guys will be backw...

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August 5, 2009 at 10:02AM
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As the barrage of flash storage announcements continues, SanDisk is taking its turn and unleashing the High-Definition Video lineup. Apparently, these SDHC and Memory Stick PRO Duo cards don't do anything different than the more traditional alternatives, but owners of these will get the priceless ...

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Sure we've seen 4GB and 8GB Class 6 SDHC cards before -- Lexar's got a pair, as does Transcend -- but when it's SanDisk that steps up to the plate with new Ultra II and Extreme III models, well, that's certainly worth a mention. As we're all well aware by now, Class 6 cards have a minimum sustained ...

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As expected, Sony will soon roll out its 8GB Memory Stick PRO Duo, priced at $300. That's steep, but given previous trends, the price should plummet quickly. Last summer, the 4GB Memory Stick debuted at $250, but could be found for as low as $65 (SanDisk model) during a recent (but expired) Google C...

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Circuit City's got SanDisk 256MB Memory Stick PRO Duos on sale for $29.99, plus a $30 mail-in rebate, which leaves tax and shipping charges as the lone cost. Any PSP owners looking to upgrade from the measly 32MB card -- or Core owners without a memory stick -- should give this deal a hard look. Fut...

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Earlier this month, Outpost had a pretty good deal on a SanDisk Memory Stick Pro Duo, and they're at it again with a 4GB Sony Memory Stick Pro Duo for only $85 shipped. However, this time the deal is all the more sweeter because it's $5 cheaper, and you don't have to mess with any frustrating rebate...

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The problem with all of these newfangled, fingernail-size memory card formats is that most require an adapter for use in standard card readers -- an adapter that many people lose within seconds of tearing open the packaging. Well luckily for you PSP owners out there, Wikihow has a quick and easy t...

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