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Sony Memory Card Stick Micro M2 8GB

Manufacturer: Sony

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  Sony M2 memory stick

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Previously having used the Sony Memory Stick Duos I was a little apprehensive about this new format and its integration to new models of Sony Ericsson phones and other Sony products.

Initially there asides from the obvious format and size difference was not much to differentiate between the Sony M2 Memory Stick formats as they work similarly when in a device.

I was surprised at the capacity that the Sony M2 Memory Sticks can hold in and how quick they are nearly as quick compared to the Sony Memory Stick Duo Mark 2.

Many people would complain about the release and implementation of new formats to replace other formats which work just as well if not better which is fair accusation.

I will be using the Sony M2 Memory Sticks for a while as it seems to be the primary choice for new models of Sony Ericsson phones as they are quick and stable.

Play.com delivery and service 10/10 no problems.

Sony M2 Memory Stick

Easy to use

New format

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  Great card for the Sony C510

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Bought this card for my son's new phone, Sony Ericsson C510. Was not sure about it working as the manual or web did not say what the maximum size it could take. Please to say it works fine. over 7.2 GB remaining after formatting. at this price you can't go wrong. Just buy it!

  Purchased for W880i

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just recieved the card (great price play.com), added 6gb of music from windows media player and although accessing music is slightly slower (prob due to phone not designed for 8gb) all is working great.

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