M2 to Pro Duo Adapter

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Jul 17, 2011

M2 to Pro Duo Adapter by Nathan Drake at 5:22 AM (907 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. Nathan Drake
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    I was looking at the price of M2 memory, and it's dirt cheap. You can get 16GB for only $20. You can get an M2 to Pro Duo adapter for likely around $5 after shipping.

    I know adapters are always an iffy endeavor, but has anybody successfully gone this route? I would love to double my memory for cheap, and this would be a great route to go. Plus, then I could use my 4GB MicroSD cards elsewhere.

    I know, I know, I can get an 8GB Pro Duo card for about $20 too, but if I can get double the memory that is still fairly reliable (I'm thinking official Sandisk adapter), that would be great.

    Edit: I don't need a speech about the best types of memory either. I'm fully aware of what is considered the most reliable investment, but I'm looking to get the most bang for my buck.
     
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    M2 to Pro Duo using official adapters works great.
     
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    Awesome. I'll save up a few more dollars to get the adapter, and I'll go for it. As fun as 8GB is, after loading down my emulators and putting some larger PSX games on, it only has about 25MB left free. I figured it was time to upgrade, and 16GB for $20 is too good to pass up.
     
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    Dealextreme one`s don`t work here!!!!(it`s fake and my psp 2000 turns off if i insert it and won`t turn on uintil i take it out and on a pc it works fine)
     
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    Like I have recommend in the last 2 threads about people asking about memory cards.

    Here is what I recommend. Sandisk 16GB M2 with Pro Duo Adaptor

    I wouldn't trust any cheap chinese memory, so I would NOT recommend ordering one from Dealextreme and places like that.
     
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    best bang for my buck was a micro sd to ms pro duo adapter with a 16 GB micro sd scandisk card (class4). read speeds up to 17mb and write up to 13Mb. Have another 8gb Class 6 on it's way now to join it with a fake photofast cr-5400. Gameplay is awesome even with .cso files.
    just my 2 cents worth. but if ya can get a 16gb m2 stick for 20 bucks lol i like to know where and is it legit?
     
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    16GB M2 for $20 is standard. Just check places like Amazon. M2 isn't super duper common as far as I know, but it's inexpensive.
     
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    Im currently using it on gen-d3at no problems, 2 8gb tdk, w/ photofast CR-5400 Ms pro duo dual slot adapter which cost around 4.5 $ in our currency.


    u should use same type of sd's so u wont have any compatibility issues which sometimes occur, planning to get also two 16GB so that I wont be needing to change my memory stick and I could permanently glue it. [​IMG] [​IMG]
     

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