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Friday, March 17, 2006
Sony Debuts 8GB Compact Vault Drive


Adding to its removable hard disk drive lineup for the digital photography market, Sony Electronics unveiled the Compact Vault 8GB drive.

The new drive is compatible with Compact Flash type II slots, and provides an increase in data storage over the current 5GB version.

The drive can be used with high-end digital cameras, and its 8GB capacity holds up to 2,560 JPEG images (at 3MB each) or 320 minutes of MPEG4 video, and has transfer speeds of up to 12MB per second.

The 8GB Compact Vault will be available in June with a suggested retail price of $259.99.


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