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Guide to the Memory Stick


Memory sticks

A memory stick is a portable flash memory stick invented by Sony. They come in different qualities and specifications, and are used in digital cameras, digital video recorders, music players, play stations, cellular phones and personal digital assistants for example.

The original memory sticks had a capacity of up to 128 MB, yet today it is common to see removable flash memories with capacities of 32 GB and even higher theoretical limits. Find here all you want to know about these storage devices including formats, speed, applications, and performance such as for Memory Stick Micro and Memory Stick XC for example.

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