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Thursday July 6, 2006 11:27 am

Sony’s Smallest USB Drive Yet


Posted by Nino Marchetti Categories: Storage, USB


Sony Micro Vault TinySo if you’re looking for a tiny, cool looking USB flash drive on which to store data, Sony may have a little something fun for you to check out. The Sony Micro Vault Tiny, billed by Sony as their smallest USB flash drive, is quite tiny indeed, measuring 1.2” x 5” x 6.1”.

The Sony Micro Vault Tiny comes in four configurations: 256MB orange ($29.99), 512MB purple ($44.99), 1GB blue ($64.99) and 2GB green ($109.99). All the drives, which are compatible with Windows and Mac OS, support USB 2.0 and 1.1 ports.

The Micro Vault Tiny drives also come with “Virtual Expander”, which reportedly lets you store three times as much data.


Read More | Sony Product Page via News.com

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Although I only have a need for so much space right now, it’s really hard to resist these for some reason lol. I have ton’s of gigs of storage and don’t really need more but will probably end up getting the cool looking green lol.


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