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Sony Expands Memory Stick size to 2GB

Sony Electronics has bumped the capacity of their Memory Stick Pro and Memory Stick Pro Duo flash cards to 2GB. Shipping by the end of September, the cards will be available from Sony’s online store (www.sonystyle.com) for pre-order immediately at US $170 and US $200 respectively.

The Memory Stick Pro is compatible with Sony’s Cybershot DSC-H1, and the W- and S- series of CyberShot cameras. It is also compatible with the Digital8 Handicam Camcorder, DCR-TRV480, MiniDV Camcorder and DCR-VX2100.

For those whose needs are more geared towards smaller electronics devices, note that the Memory Stick Pro Duo is compatible with pocket-sized digital cameras, and of course mobile phones such as those from Sony Ericsson. You can also use it with the PSP (PlayStation Portable) from Sony Computer Entertainment.

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