A new offering at E3 from mini memory card maker SanDisk.

Engadget spots this new offering at E3 from mini memory card maker SanDisk. They've created a device that works like a USB stick but uses a SanDisk card – like the one you have in your camera – as the memory. You can also remove the card to put in your other objecys. Engadget says:

The cards do the usual Memory Stick PRO Duo thing, namely providing music, movies and other content for PSP owners, but they include a bit of SanDisk special sauce performance enhancements to speed file transfers up to 15MB per second, double the normal rates for PRO Duo cards.

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