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Sony Launches New Micro Vault Click Flash Drives


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Sony have today launched some new Micro Vault Click Flash Drives that go all the way up to 64GB.


Here is the information from Sony:

Storing and sharing your favourite music, photos and HD video is easier than ever with the new high capacity Micro Vault Click P Series flash drives from Sony. With storage capacities of up to 64GB, the Micro Vault Click gives users all the space they need in a small, stylish and easy-to carry design.

Available in either black (all capacities) or white (4GB/8GB/16GB), new design enhancements to the Micro Vault Click include a reduced form factor length of 5.6mm, giving it a slimmer profile, and a wider strap hole makes attaching to a key chain or mobile phone a snap. A 360-degree LED at the tip lets users know when data is being written, and when it is safe to remove. Sony has also brought back its popular and unique Click feature, allowing users to retract the USB connector without adding length to the body and protect it when not in use.

With the ever growing popularity of rich multimedia content, from HD video to high resolutions digital photos, the Micro Vault Click is a welcome addition to Sony’s Micro Vault family. With its large storage capacity and slim profile, it’s like having a second hard drive small enough for a key chain, all at a very affordable cost.

Downloadable software for the Micro Vault Click includes File Rescue and x–Pict Story™. File rescue enables users to recover any important data that might have been deleted by mistake, making retrieving lost data such as images, movies and music files a breeze. The x–Pict Story™ software allows the creation of an automated photo presentation.

Featuring storage capacities in 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB & offering a 5-year warranty, the new Micro Vault Click is available now.

Andrew Edney
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