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Sony Micro Vault Classic upgrade
Dennis Hissink : January 17th 2006 - 01:48 CET
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SonySony 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.
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"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 introduction of the redesigned Sony Micro Vault Classic USB flash drive confirms the importance of today's flash memory and the security of the, personal of confidential, data. It will take not that much time before we are all wearing and using tiny flash devices for our daily use.

Sony Micro Vault update - Microsoft HotFix issue
After applying the HotFix KB835732 distributed by Microsoft for Windows 2000 on April, 2004, some application software for the Micro Vault devices may not operate properly. In case of any problem, please download the latest version of the software from the website and try again.

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