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Sony adds 4GB to Micro Vault Tiny drives

updated 02:30 pm EDT, Tue March 20, 2007

Sony 4GB Micro Vault Tiny

Sony today revealed the 4GB Micro Vault Tiny, the smallest-ever drive from the company to hold that level of storage. Despite its size, the drive can hold almost 70 hours of music, according to Sony. The drive also comes preloaded with a Virtual Expander program that can roughly triple the amount of data stored on the drive when direct access to the files on the drive isn't necessary.

The 4GB Tiny comes in a single purple color with a unique soft pouch to hold the drive on a keychain or in a pocket, and ships now for Mac- and Windows-using European buyers at an unlisted price. A North American version is expected soon.



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