Monday, July 11th 2011

Sony Readies Micro Vault P Series Flash Drives

Sony is planning to release the Micro Vault P series USB flash drives in the Asia-Pacific region, later this week. The drives use USB 2.0 for connectivity, and feature capacities of 4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB. A sturdy body aside, data encryption and data recovery software make for the "Micro Vault" name. The drive is designed to reveal the USB connector without adding to the length of the drive. A 360° LED allows you to monitor drive activity from any side, whichever way the drive is plugged in. Sony's X-Pict Story software comes bundled, which creates automated photo presentations. The drive will be available in black and white variants.

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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3 Comments on Sony Readies Micro Vault P Series Flash Drives

#1
Delta6326
by: btarunr
The drives use USB 2.0 for connectivity,
:wtf: I want company's to utilize usb 3.0 and come out with fast flash drives like speeds of SSd's when they first came out, now that would be sweet.
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#2
DeerSteak
I'd be happy if flash drives could rival USB 2.0 hard drive enclosures for speed. 30MB/sec writes would be around 6x faster than what I get now, and 30MB/sec reads would be twice as fast.
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#3
AsRock
TPU addict
I'll stick with the Transend USB 3.0 flash drives.
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