I’m sure we all want 16 gig and 32 gig memory sticks for our PSPs, but the official Sony pro duos can be extremely expensive once over the 8gb mark. That’s a thing of the past now though, and actually, has been for quite a while if you know where to look. I’m sure some of you may know about this already, but for the majority who don’t and may be interested, here’s the down low.
I recently bought a new 16 gig memory stick for my PSP for just about $25.00
How did I do it?
Easy: You buy a 16 gig M2 Micro memory stick. They’re usually very cheap and reliable. But the PSP doesn’t read micro memory sticks, so how does it work? That’s what the Pro Duo adaptor is for. You insert the micro memory stick into the pro duo adaptor. Then insert the adaptor into the PSP’s memory stick slot, and voila, you now have yourself 16 gigs at a very affordable price.
This is the exact product I purchased:
The above product comes packaged with a 16 GB Sandisk Micro M2 Memory Stick, and an M2 Pro Duo Adaptor.
For those of you who want 32 gigs of storage, here’s another product. Though it is a tad bit more expensive, it’s still extremely cheap considering what you’re getting.
This is the product you need.
It’s very similar to the first one except this one has a maximum storage capacity of 32GB, and allows the inclusion of two 16 GB Micro SD cards instead of just one. So once both cards are inserted into the Pro Duo Adaptor, your total comes to 32 GB You will have to purchase the Micro SD cards separately. 16 Gig Micro SD mem sticks usually go for about 16 bucks. Very cheap.