Ps Vita 16gb Memory Card 

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Games Accessories - Ps Vita 16gb Memory Card Official PlayStation®Vita product for game saves, storing purchases & digital media.
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Available23-02-2012
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Overview

- Official PlayStation®Vita product
- For game saves
- Storing purchases and downloads from PlayStation®Store
- Storing media - Music, Videos, Photos

TYPICAL CONTENT FILE SIZE*
Download Games: 1GB - 2GB
Download Movies (SD): 1GB - 2GB
Digital Songs: 5MB - 10MB
Digital Photos: 2MB - 4MB

* Note file sizes do vary, this should be used as a guide only

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