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Memory cards ( PSP )

by dfikehongkong / December 6, 2006 5:39 PM PST

This thread is just for some quick questions.

How many hours of video can you put on a 1, 2 or 4GB memory pro duo card?
How many hours of music can you put on a 1, 2 or 4GB memory pro duo card?
Can the internet only work in America or can it work anywhere in the world?
And, how about the video option. Can any video-transfering site be used anywhere in the world?

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Some quick answers...
by John.Wilkinson / December 7, 2006 1:29 AM PST
In reply to: Memory cards ( PSP )

1.) It depends on the quality of the video...refer to these charts.
2.) It depends on the quality of the audio...see above.
3.) Anywhere...802.11b is universal. You just have to be within range of a WiFi signal.
4.) I don't know what sites you are referring to, but most sites are not restricted/limited by country.

Hope this helps,
John

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Sandisk
by dfikehongkong / December 7, 2006 10:12 AM PST
In reply to: Some quick answers...

Which is a better memory stick card to get? a 4GB Sandisk or 4GB Sony?

And as for the video, how about that third party software you gave me, can it work somewhere out of America?

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It doesn't matter...
by John.Wilkinson / December 7, 2006 11:42 AM PST
In reply to: Sandisk

Honestly, it does not matter which of the two memory sticks you choose as both companies produce reliable and nearly-identical products. Thus, I would base the decision on price. As to the software, yes, it should work flawlessly regardless of which country you live in. You'll want to read over the EULA, though, to see if there are any specicial limitations or considerations regarding usage in your region.

John

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more questions.......
by dfikehongkong / December 7, 2006 6:09 PM PST
In reply to: It doesn't matter...

After you insert a picture from your computer into a memory stick pro, can you set the picture into a wallpaper?
Do all three PSP's ( in the entertainment pack, value pack and core pack ) have the internet option?
Do Movies ( UMD and memory stick duo ) play smoothly or do they have some stopages on the way?
When you have saved a game on a memory stick, do you have to insert the UMD game again or can you carry on the game without putting the UMD back in?
Lastly, in the PSP bag or pouch or whatever, is there a space to put the UMD's in?

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