I'm mostly a solo gamer. I don't really like to play with anyone, so I don't use my Xbox 360 memory cards that much. Plus, even the larger ones feel like they're too small to transport any content anyway. That's not the case with this Max Memory 2GB memory card, though. As you'd guess, it comes with 2GB of internal memory built in, but its another feature that makes it a good hard drive alternative.
The Max Memory 2GB can be extended with a Micro SD card with its built-in slot, and it supports SDHC cards. This means that you can plug in a 16GB Micro SDHC card and have a very small 18GB storage solution for your Xbox 360 in your pocket.
The Micro SD option also lets you pull that card out and stick it in your PC to back-up your data and even trade game saves. Codejunkies' has this available for order now for $39.99, and Newegg has a 16GB card for about $50.
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