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As the title suggests, I purchased this M2 memory card to expand (in fact to double) the available space in my PSP. Its incredible how much storage can be fitted into such a tiny solid state card now. To put in into perspective. the old PSP discs, about 2" square, can hold 1.8GB of data. the new PSP has 16GB of internal storage. And so, to fit 19 UMD discs onto one tiny card is a big deal. And no comprimise in speed have been made, data transfer seems instant with no lag at all. I have only used it for PSP but I expect this is the case in a phone or with a PC.
The downside of this marvelously small card is... just that. Its tiny and so easy to lose. If you are buying like me to install within a device and leave it there this is perfect. Its well worth the extra up front to get the extra storage in one rather than buying multiple cards and losing them.
If you are looking for storage you can carry between machines, look elsewhere. A USB or even a larger Compact Flash card will be better suited.
Generally speaking, mobile phones often come with inadequate storage, either within the phone itself or via the supplied memory card. The Blackberry I have came with a Sandisk 2GB micro SDHC Memory Card and I soon found this limited in its storage and upgraded to the 16GB version. With 8 times the storage capacity of the previos memory card I found it much more useful. Costing under £20 delivered they are reasonably priced and have an RRP of £54.99 so I certainly felt I had got a bargain.
The Sandisk memory card came in a protective plastic case which was useful in transport and helps protect unused cards from damage and losing it. I find that my mobile phone runs smoothly with the 16GB card, even though I do have a lot of data stored on it. Sandisk are a trusted brand and this product comes with a 5 year limited warranty. Often these such cards can become unreliable and corrupt after a period of time but I have had no problems to date. Sandisk test this product - as with most of their goods, under the most extreme conditions to ensure they are satisfied the quality is in no way comprimised.
The Sandisk SDHC memory card is black and displays the Sandisk logo along with the capacity of 16GB. I would suggest that you snap up one of these cards if you have a compatible mobile phone because they are such a bargain at the moment. I trust Sandisk and they are such a well known brand that I will happily buy their products that are of use to me. Upgrade a slow and tired mobile phone with extra storage for such a small price.
Size doesnt matter - its official. I still cant believe how something so small can pack such a punch! This little baby can hold so much yet its so small! The access time seems to be fine with no delays in song searching which is really rare for a card as big as this.
This is the ideal memory card solution for Sony Ericsson's new generation of slim line, multimedia mobile phone. I fitted this into my W900i, it was so easy you just need to open the packet, take the back cover of the phone off and slot the card in EASY!
Admitedly the card does need to be formatted to enable you to access all the memory, but this is very easy to do aswell!
The card is well made, like most sandisk products.
This card holds a maximum 3,500 songs or 20 hours of video, I have only filled up 10GB at the moment luckily!
The card cost me just over £50 if i remember rightly so youve got to remember to shop around to find the best deal!
If your a 'the glass is half empty kinda person" there is one downside with this card its that its so small it can easily get lost if you take it out and its also really easy to snap! I am a bit clumsy so I actually snapped my 8gb version... whoops!
In my opinion if you're going to buy a memory card you may aswell buy the biggest you can afford; memory cards get larger and larger every year so, you may aswell future proof yourself and buy the largest avaliable to store all those tunes!