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Photofast unveils 32GB PSP storage solution, 64GB in the works

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329w ago - Photofast unveiled two new PSP products at the Computex 2008 event in Taiwan recently. They CR-5400 is a "dual slot adapter that converts microSD/microSDHC into Memory Stick Pro duo and provides 16GB of memory."

Two of these can then be plugged into the CR-3100 which will give your PSP 32GB of storage. Photofast are also working to increase the maximum storage to 64GB.

To quote: The CR-5400 is a dual slot adapter that converts microSD/microSDHC into Memory Stick Pro duo and provides 16GB of memory.

The CR-3100 allows you to combine four SDHC memory cards, totaling 32GB storage in your PSP. Just combine 2x8GB SDHC in one of their dual adaptors slots to double that!

According to our contacts at Computex 2008, the manufacturer is trying to enhance the maximum storage to 64GB... This is not official! We were also told that Sony's latest technology is continuously being implemented in order to keep their products compatible.
 

PhotoFast Brings microSDHC Compatibility to PSP

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338w ago - Japan-based consumer electronics company PhotoFast has created a microSDHC to Memory Stick Pro Duo adapter that works with cards up to 8GB in size.

The CR-5300 adapter features support for both PSP models (PSP-1000 and PSP-2000 series) and will be available for purchase from European retailer Rejoy.se next month.

The unit is expected to cost around £12. For comparison, a 4GB microSDHC card can be found at Amazon for £7 whereas a 4GB Pro Duo costs around £22. However, major retailers including Amazon.com are not taking pre-orders for the product as of yet.
 
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