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Sony Micro Vault Tiny USB flash drive

Dennis Hissink : 2006-01-17 01:56:00
Sony Micro Vault Tiny USB flash drive : At this year's CES 2006, Sony Electronics unveiled a redesigned Sony Micro Vault line-up, which will include the Micro Vault Tiny. The new Sony Tiny USB flash drive offers users substantial storage capacity and high transfer speeds in a stylish design. "We're really focusing on new, conducive designs that deliver high performance in high style," said Mike Lucas, Sony's marketing director for consumer media products. The new Micro Vault "Tiny" is Sony's smallest USB flash drive with a fun, fashionable design and color-coded capacities. Measuring roughly ½ inch wide and just over one inch in length, the drive offers storage capacities of 256MB to 2GB, and plugs directly into standard USB ports.


Sony Micro Vault PRO 8GB drive

Dennis Hissink : 2006-01-17 01:54:00
Sony Micro Vault PRO 8GB drive : At this year's CES 2006, Sony Electronics unveiled the new redesigned Sony Micro Vault line-up, which will include the Sony Micro Vault PRO 8GB drive. The new Sony Micro Vault PRO 8GB drive offers users substantial high storage capacity and high transfer speeds in a stylish design. Sony is now offering Micro Vault PRO in an 8GB storage capacity. Smaller than a deck of cards, the drive plugs directly into a USB port with a unique swivel connector. The Micro Vault PRO 8GB drive offers pre-loaded Auto Sync software that automatically synchronizes file changes made on the PC's hard drive, allowing for seamless transition of data between locations, and saves up to 10 generations of file changes.


Sony Micro Vault fingerprint access

Dennis Hissink : 2006-01-17 01:52:00
Sony Micro Vault fingerprint access : At this year's CES 2006, Sony Electronics unveiled the new redesigned Sony Micro Vault line-up, which will include the Sony Sony Micro Vault with fingerprint Access. The new Micro Vault with Fingerprint Access features a swipe sensor, and an integrated cradle for desktop use. It offers a 512MB capacity and its Auto Login software stores and automatically enters Web site IDs and passwords - so when a finger is swiped over the drive's sensor, users can gain quick and easy access to online accounts. The biometric drive has encryption/decryption capability that securely protects files and folders, and offers a screen saver lock that protects against unauthorized computer access.


Sony Micro Vault Turbo upgrade

Dennis Hissink : 2006-01-17 01:50:00
Sony Micro Vault Turbo upgrade : At this year's CES 2006, Sony unveiled the new redesigned Sony Micro Vault line-up, which will include the refreshed Sony Micro Vault Turbo. Sony's refreshed Turbo Vault USB flash drive sports sleek, new looks with chrome highlights. The Sony Micro Vault Turbo drive has a convenient one-piece design, with a retractable USB connector, and no cap to misplace. The Sony Vault Turbo model has a capacity of 1GB to 4GB, a transfer speed of up to 28MB per second, and a read speed of 18MB per second. The Sony Micro Vault USB flash drives are preloaded with Virtual Expander, which expands the capacity to virtually store up to three times as much data by automatically compressing and decompressing files.


Sony Micro Vault Classic upgrade

Dennis Hissink : 2006-01-17 01:48:00
Sony Micro Vault Classic upgrade : At this year's Consumer Electronics Show 2006, Sony Electronics unveiled the new redesigned Sony Micro Vault line-up, which will include the refreshed Sony Micro Vault Classic. Sony's refreshed Classic Vault USB flash drive sports sleek, new looks with chrome highlights. The Sony Micro Vault Classic drive has a convenient one-piece design, with a retractable USB connector, and no cap to misplace. The Sony Classic Vault ranges in capacity from 256MB to 4GB. The Sony Micro Vault USB flash drives are preloaded with Virtual Expander, which expands the capacity to virtually store up to three times as much data by automatically compressing and decompressing files.


Sony Memory Stick Pro Duo 8GB

Dennis Hissink : 2006-01-07 23:30:00
Sony Memory Stick Pro Duo 8GB : According to our information Sony will unveil, later this year, a higher storage capacity of the MS PRO Duo media; 8GB Memory Stick PRO Duo. 2006 will become the year of higher and fast flash memory and the 8GB MS PRO Duo flash card is just one example of what you can expect this year. Sony Electronics is providing Memory Stick PRO Duo users with an expanded range of enhanced media that not only offers higher capacities and is high-speed read and write capable, but are also compatible with a vast array of current Memory Stick PRO Duo devices. Today's 2GB capacity may be sufficient for the consumer electronic product you are using now, but the product of tomorrow may demand higher storage capacity.


Sony DCR HC96 camcorder

Dennis Hissink : 2006-01-07 18:35:00
Sony DCR HC96 camcorder : Sony is taking the lead in bringing the focus on audio performance to the camcorder market with its new 2006 Handycam models. Nothing preserves memories better than moving images with sound," said Linda Vuolo, director for camcorder products at Sony Electronics. "We are offering new enhancements to both audio and video performance in our 2006 product line." On the digital tape front, four new miniDV models aim to please cost-conscious video enthusiasts with prices beginning at about $350. All the miniDV models deliver a powerful combination of precise image detail and vivid color reproduction thanks to Carl Zeiss optics and Sony's high-resolution CCD imaging technology.


Sony DCR HC46 camcorder

Dennis Hissink : 2006-01-07 18:30:00
Sony DCR HC46 camcorder : Sony is taking the lead in bringing the focus on audio performance to the camcorder market with its new 2006 Handycam models. Nothing preserves memories better than moving images with sound," said Linda Vuolo, director for camcorder products at Sony Electronics. "We are offering new enhancements to both audio and video performance in our 2006 product line." On the digital tape front, four new miniDV models aim to please cost-conscious video enthusiasts with prices beginning at about $350. All the miniDV models deliver a powerful combination of precise image detail and vivid color reproduction thanks to Carl Zeiss optics and Sony's high-resolution CCD imaging technology.






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