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PS Vita 64GB Memory Card (Used-Very Good) - Amazon Warehouse $78.72

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Amazon via Amazon warehousedeals [amazon.com] currently has PlayStation Vita 64GB Memory Card in "Used - Very Good" condition for $78.72 with free shipping. Condition is described as "Item will come in original packaging. Packaging will be damaged." Also compatible with PlayStation TV system.

Considering that these cards were never officially released outside of Asia, so they're import only and they normally sell on eBay for $95+ (even used), this is a decent deal.

I personally imported mine directly from a Japanese seller on eBay about a year ago for $82, and that was with a coupon and after years of waiting for a drop. I've also had these on price alert from CamelCamelCamel for several years now and this is the lowest it has dropped, and from Amazon Warehouse no less.

These are definitely criminally overpriced, but if you've been waiting for a deal on one, here's one to consider.
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I've seen a lot of corruption problems with the 64GB cards. I wonder what the defect rate is over time...
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We have used a small 4GB card installed since the first year of Vita. It is an occasional toy for kids. No glitches or errors reported by kids.


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I've seen a lot of corruption problems with the 64GB cards. I wonder what the defect rate is over time...
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Max size I'd recommend is the 32GB, 64GB were notorious for corrupting.
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I've seen a lot of corruption problems with the 64GB cards. I wonder what the defect rate is over time...
I've heard the same, but when I researched deeper into it, I found just as many users, if not more, who have not had a problem with them, so it's difficult to know. I personally haven't had an issue with mine over the last year. Currently have about 20 games installed on it - all downloaded directly from the PS Store over wifi.

A game card slot adapter has been made that accepts regular micro SD cards, so that's a much less expensive option provided you're running 3.60 firmware and are willing to hack.
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I've used a 64gb card for years and it never corrupted
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joke.
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Sad to say this is a pretty good price. Nevermind that 64gb sd cards we're going for $15 this Black Friday. Sony is incredibly greedy.
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