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Friday, January 21, 2005
Sony boosts memory stick capacity to 4GB


Sony presented a new model of its succesfull Memory Stick Pro series, capable of storing up to 4GB of data.

According to the company's press release, the new Memory Stick is operative even under extreme temperatures ( -25C - +65C) . It is offered with various adapters and connectors in order to be compatible with all latest digital devices.

The 4GB Memory Stick will be available in the market in the beginning of March 2005 at an estimated price of 1.1000- euro .


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