Sony has unveiled a 16GB Memory Stick Pro Duo that will provide users more storage capacity for their cameras and camcorders.
Will buy one when it comes state side.
news.wait for a little price drop though.
You actually right man. Add $20 and you cold pick up 2 psp for the price of one memory stick. Price drop would be nice.
did u actually say u were gonna buy one ? LOL 2008 sales numbers - 1
16GIGS for 500 dollars lol RIPP OFFF Cmon sony you can do better than that. Why make it if its so expensive that no1 will buy its not really n demand I dont understand this move. Its as much as a ps3... I rather just have like a 2gig memory stick and use my ps3 as 60 gigs extension.
It's SOO expensive because its the god damn size of your thumbnail. Think about it, 16 gigs for that size.
The thing is that 8GB's are about $100 US. This is $440 Us.
pro duos always drop dramatically in price quicly! I waited for the 2g to go down to 79.00 and the next week i saw them for 49.99 now they are cheaper than that! the original price for the 4g was almost 800 dol and now they are good to go!
I found a 4gb for $60 at GameStop yesterday
Can't even buy 320gb for my PS3, got to be kiddin' me. That's the problem with SONY always overthetop prices......
Uh if you can't buy a 320gb hd for your PS3, that's not Sony's fault. You can use any notebook SATA drive.
I have this hard drive in my PS3: http://www.newegg.com/Produ... Hmmm....
I would love a 16GB card, but it's way cheaper to buy a bunch of 4 gig cards...four 4GB cards =$200. ( I just bought 2 last weekend...)
totally agree...but it would be nice just to have a 16GB memory card in my PSP...
@whoever hit the disagree button on my post How do you disagree with something that actually happened!? Goodness gracious people... Some of you are hitting the disagree button just because it's there.
It says AU meaning in austrailial for that price. at CES the anounced the 16gb memorystick for the US at 300 bux. and thats the sony version which is usually 50 bux more than the sandisk version which is what i usuall buy. by summer the price will be down to 180 and thats when ill upgrade my 4gb to a 16gb. hell might even get an 8gb instead as the price just dropped again.
wow, wouldn't mind getting one of these. doubt i'd need it. i have a 1GB in my PS3 to store game saves. should be enough.
1GB is not enough no more, IMO. Socom on PSN is 400MB download. That would just give you two games or so on that mem stick. 16GB is pretty nice. Like a small HD for all the games coming to PSN now.
I need a 1tb external for my ps3 then get a 120gb to replace the 60gb...and then this is AU so it might be cheaper but still priorities you know EDIT: also some games are coming out so...yea
I'll wait a yearto buy one, when the price drops to $75, I still remembers how expensive were the 4gig memsticks at launch
but Im not paying that much for it. yes I know its 16gb in the size of a fingur nail but I dont need 16gb of memory for my psp
Now there around 100 bucks. I'll wait for the price to go down.
it's a bit too expensive. I'll just stick with my 1 GB!
When price does finally go down, 16GB would prove essential to me on my PSP.
I brought 4 gb brand new at $28 from ebay a month ago. No way i will be paying over 100 for 16 gig even if i have to wait whole year, i will wait.
That price is simply absurd.
When will it reach the limit? 64GB?
I just bought a 8gb pro duo, for 67.99 shipped..I'll wait till the 16gb go down in price or I'll just wait next year to get the 32gb
its £150 in the uk. it said in this months PLAY
Of course like everyone when i saw 16gig i tough wow that would be cool. But not 500$ that is completely stupid. I can buy a 4gig card for 46$ here ... Do the math.
The 16GB is available for order between $230-300 online. It's not 400 bucks.
Try this combination it's much cheaper; micro sd with a pro duo adapter http://www.mymemory.co.uk/m... http://www.mymemory.co.uk/m...
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