Personal Storage

February 2003
Management Services;Feb2003, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p31
Academic Journal
Sony has launched a higher capacity and performance member of its Micro Vault family of USB storage media. The Micro Vault USB2.0 doubles the storage space to 256MB and reads data four times faster than its predecessors with the USB2.0 Hi-Speed interface. The Micro Vault storage devices represent a new approach to portable storage for personal data storage and file transfer. They are sized no longer than car keys for easy storage, sharing and transferring of files between computers without the need for cables or adaptors.


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