What Is the Difference between a Memory Stick and a Flash Drive?


The main difference between flash drive and memory stick is that while flash drive is used for storing files, pictures, videos, and others ( mainly useful for storing files), a memory stick is used for high definition pictures and videos (mainly useful for storing pictures and videos).
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A flash drive is a USB device used to store files like pictures, videos, text. It is also called a pen drive. A Memory Stick on the other hand is a brand name for a memory device, flat in shape, mostly used in cameras. A memory stick is therefore used to store high definition videos and pictures.
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