PS2 modchip on a memory card?

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The Memor 32 is basically a modchip on a a memory card. The device uses a USB connection to allow loading and unloading of save games to and from the PC, but less savory/more clever gamers have managed to do more with the device through a hack, which allows the loading of backups and homebrew software through the connection. 

While this may be a sneakier way to sell a modchip, we’ll point out that the product is being sold by the very same site that was recently busted and later slapped with a $9 million lawsuit by Sony. 

That being said, this device sounds pretty nifty. I wish they could just make a memory card device that would enable me to take imports to friends’ houses without having to tote a system.  

[Via engadget


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