Re: Sony Memory Stick Reader
For what I know, MS Pro are faster since they support parallel data access
instead of serial data access used in old MS. However, I read some Sony
camera reviews mentioning that even the new cameras (i.e. my V1) do not take
into account this facility and work the serial way.
Also, they support larger capacities. There is something related to security
facilites, but I cannot talk about that.
Hope it helps.
"Sharon" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Thanks for the replies. I have been looking at Lexar and Scandisk as
> less expensive alternatives to the Sony. I am rather new to this though
> and I'm not sure that I know the difference between a regular Memory
> Stick and Memory Stick Pro?
> On 8/2/03 8:37 AM, Godfrey DiGiorgi wrote:
> > The Sandisk reader is a less expensive alternative to the Sony, but the
> > Sony is a better quality unit. Whichever you buy, be sure you get the
> > latest Memory Stick PRO and USB 2.0 compatible model (the Sony part
> > number is MSAC-USB20). I also have a tiny Lexar unit that cost me $8
> > but only reads Memory Stick, not Memory Stick PRO.
> > Stay away from the Dazzle. That's the only reader I've heard of
> > problems with.
> > Godfrey
> > In article <3F2B4807.email@example.com>, Sharon
> > <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >> Can someone recommend a good reader for Sony Memory sticks? Do other
> >> brands, such as Lexar work as well as the Sony Reader?
> >> Sharon
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