Sony Pushes Memory Stick Pro to 2GB

Posted on Wednesday, August 25 2004 @ 20:57 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Sony Electronics has expanded its line of Memory Stick storage media, including adding a 2GB Memory Stick Pro card that will ship later this year. Memory Stick flash media is compatible with the company's digital cameras and other mobile devices.

The new 2GB Memory Stick Pro card will ship in November, and is expected to sell for about $700, according to the company. At about the same time Sony ships the higher capacity Memory Stick, it expects to ship a 1GB, $350 Memory Stick Pro Duo card as well. This card is about half the size of a standard Memory Stick Pro, and may be used with an adapter in devices that support the standard-sized Memory Stick Pro.

More info at PC World

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