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Saturday, January 14, 2012
Sony Adds High-speed Interface to Its SD Media, Enhances Capabilities of Its USB MicroVault Memory Devices


At CES 2012, Sony announced it is expanding its line of SD cards with a new flagship series designed for ultra-high speed interface (UHS-I) compatibility. The company also unveiled its enhanced USB memory MicroVault line.

Sony's new SD cards cards offer significantly higher transfer speeds up to 94MB/s (read) and 45MB/s (write, for SF-8UX, write speed is 22MB/s). And when used with non-UHS-I supported hardware, the new Sony cards will still maintain Class 10 speed. Additionally, the new cards are water-resistant, and are designed to perform under a wide range of operating temperatures.

The Sony UHS-I series of cards will be available in March, starting at prices of $44.99.

Sony unveiled also its enhanced USB memory MicroVault line. The new models (USM-Q, USM-P and USM-M) range from ultra-fast devices to stylish models.

Sony is adding ultra-fast USB3.0 compatibility to its flagship USM-Q series, offering transfer speeds of up to 120MB/s (read speed). The new series feature a airline metal body finish design that's resistant to scratches, their "click" mechanism allows simple connection to USB ports with just a single push, and a LED indicator alerts users that the device is active.

The USM-P series also includes simple models, available with the "click" mechanism and LED indicator. The USM-M series features a slim design, for color coordination with user's PCs, and has a direct plug-in to USB port connector.

The Sony downloadable File Rescue Software offers the ability to help recover photos and videos that may have been accidentally damaged or deleted. Data recovery for copy protected and game data files not supported. This newest software version also offers capabilities such as support for 3D movie/photos and Full HD 60p video files.

The memory devices are also available with "x-Pict Story" software, available for free download, for creating photo presentations with unique layouts synchronized to effects and music.

The Sony line of USB MicroVault models is available in March, in capacities up to 64GB. Pricing begins at $15.99 (USM-M series), $29.99 (USM-P series) and $44.99 (USM-Q series).


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