Microvault 16GBSony continues to provide innovative and versatile portable storage products with the launch of the new MICROVAULT™. This cleverly designed line of ‘keyring’ USB memory offers customers a choice from 4GB all the way to a massive 32GB, and will be available from major retailers in January 2010.

Created to combine value with functionality, this MICROVAULT™ is extremely robust and features a retractable connector so there will be no more lost caps. Ease of use is also built in, with drag & drop operation for any type of data format and full compatibility with Windows 7.

Sony Microvault 16GB

With models spanning the range from 4GB right up to 32GB, there is something for every kind of data storage need. The high-capacity 16GB and 32GB versions are particularly suitable for anyone dealing with large quantities of high resolution images from sophisticated DSLR cameras, or video clips from the new generation of HD camcorders.

Source: Sony

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