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Sony releases MicroVault Tiny USB flash drive, and WUXGA Full HD projectors


Sony has launched their new MicroVault Tiny USB flash drive, designed for the stylish users. On top of that, the company has also announced their new WUXGA HD projectors, VPL-FH500L and VPL-FH30, which boast amazing image quality.  

Sony Electronics Asia Pacific has announced the new MicroVault Tiny USB flash drive designed for the style consumers; you can wear as a necklace pendant or keep it safely in your wallet.

The compact and stylish MicroVault comes in 4GB, 8GB and 16GB capacities, providing sufficient space for your data, be it work documents or holiday videos. The new MicroVault Tiny also comes loaded with X-pict Story software for automated photo presentation while File Rescue software helps to restore files that you may have accidentally deleted.  
Key features:

– Compatible with Windows and Macintosh OS
– Available in 4GB, 8GB and 16GB storage capacities
– X-pict Story software
– File Rescue software
– Available in pink and white
The new MicroVault Tiny will be available in Asia Pacific from January 2011.

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