difference between Sony pro duo mark 2 and duo memory

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  1. RedBaron
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    RedBaron GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    What is the difference between a Sony pro duo mark 2 and a Sony duo memory stick?
     
  2. Bluelaserman

    Bluelaserman I shoot BLUE LASERS MAN!!!!

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    Speed?
     
  3. RedBaron
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    RedBaron GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Yes I know but would it make much difference in a PSP, I am asking because I have an opportunity of buying 6 of 32GB Sony duo memory cards[​IMG]
     
  4. wrettcaughn

    wrettcaughn Misunderstood Moral Elitist

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    err... that's a 32MB stick in your pic...
     
  5. RedBaron
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  6. Vanth88

    Vanth88 Private

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    HAH caught myself making a mistake of my own LOL I thought you said 6 32MB cards [​IMG] darn picture...

    okay okay... 32GB cards are worth it and the mark 2 won't make a huge difference in a psp though if you can go for a mark 2(I'm sure it makes a difference) then again I never had a non mark 2 except for a 32mb and a 1gb card but I couldn't compare the two speeds.

    I guess it made a difference... then again who knows? look up the specs to mark 2.
     
  7. trumpet-205

    trumpet-205 Embrace the darkness within

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    Differences between Duo and Pro Duo is simply size limitation. Duo can only go up to 128mb.

    Mark 2 means it has a high writing speed suitable for camcorder, camera, and HD devices.
     
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