Sony unleashes new colourful storage device

Microvault Style comes in pink, white, lime green has various storage sizes

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Sony unleashes new colourful storage device The Sony Microvault measures in at 4.8mm thick and weighs 4g.
By  Georgina Enzer Published  February 22, 2011

Sony Corporation has launched the new Microvault Style, a colourful mini-USB and an entry-level addition to the Microvault family of USB drives.

The mini-USB has a capless design which fits into a PC USB port and weighs in at 4g.

The device is 4.6mm thick and is available in 4GB, 8GB and 16GB capacities with a choice of white, or limited-edition pink and lime green colour options.

The device also has a strap hole to attach it to a keyring, phone or MP3 player.

The new USB uses quick drive identification to assign a unique drive name to the device to allow quick recognition. The Microvault Style is designed to work with compact devices such as netbook and notebook PCs and displays a glowing yellow-green light once files are transferring.

Sony Microvault Style offers free software such as File Rescue, which recovers accidently deleted files, x-Pict Story which creates slideshows for users and Picture Motion Browser designed to make it easy to upload slideshows on sharing sites, such as YouTube.

2707 days ago
MaxStorm

I like sony electronics. But, in USB flash memory, I think It's expensive compared to others in the market.
And I think we can find more than 16GB for other company in the market.

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