Where to buy a Memory Stick Pro Duo?

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Aug 24, 2009
  1. Missingno.
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    Newcomer Missingno. Newbie

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    I'm about to get my first PSP in about a week, and I would like to know a good site where I can get a Magic Memory Stick (4GB+) for a good price.
     
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    Around retail stores near you (i.e. Best Buy, Walmart).
     
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    because its cheap and its free world wide delivery.......do you have something against the Uk? if not then there is no reason why you wouldn't buy from a Uk website. I've bought from mymemory plenty of times before because they've always had what I needed cheaper than anywhere else and also because its a good website with good customer support.

    also if you read the OP he/she doesn't say whether it matters where the website is from he/she asks for a good site with good prices which is exactly what I gave him/her.
     
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    It's cheap, but not that cheap when compared to American websites.
     
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    he lives in the US why would he buy form a UK site however?, your not seeing the bigger picture
    when there are tons of online stores here that have it for $20 USD cheaper and free/ faster shipping
    not to mention if there is something wrong with the card or its DOA good luck trying to send it back there

    I have nothing against the UK
    ive mentioned the reasons above why he should buy it from those stores instead
     
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    You could go with photoflash.

    You buy the $5 adapter, and two microSD cards.

    I'm rockin' a 15GB psp for 35 bucks right about now.
     
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    I recommed getting a MS Pro Duo Adapter CR-5400. That way you can buy 2 SDHC cards.. their WAY cheaper that way if u want lots of memory space. Buy 2 8Gbs SDHC card with the MS Pro Duo Adapter CR-5400 and your goood to go [​IMG] There is aslo 16Gbs, 32Gbs aswell as 64Gbs ones... not sure if 128Gbs are out but oh well [​IMG] 32Gb+32Gb SDHC is a whole 64GB for ur PSP!
     
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    well thats fair enough and I apologise for being so upfront. hope theres no hard feelings [​IMG]
     
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    I second this
    But i think they only make up to 16gb only as far as i know
     
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    WHAT?! NO!!!!

    I got an 8gig mark II off amazon for about $30 bux. It retails for 60. Look on amazun bud, I think it sold from straight trading through amazon.
     

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