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Wednesday, December 11, 2013
New Sony SD Memory Cards Have Backup Capabilities
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Sony's newest SD memory cards can do more than just store and transfer content from digital cameras. They add automatic back-up capabilities, eliminating the need for plugging in external drives each time users want to safeguard their data.
The first step is to insert the Backup SD Card into the empty SD card slot on a PC. Consumers then install the software that?s pre-loaded on the card and select the folders they want to have automatically backed-up.
By keeping the card in the slot, backup copies of files are automatically made. Backup copies are always updated, as the card's utility software automatically makes backup copies every time it detects changes - such as the creation of new files or changes to existing data. The software automatically starts making back-up copies, with marks showing "During backup" or "Backup completed" displayed on the file icons to let users easily see the status of the backup.
Since the card remains in the slot, users don't have to connect external HDDs each time they want to make backups. Users can choose to keep their data more secure with AES 256-bit file encryption.
Sony is offering a free 30-day trial demo of the Backup SD Card utility software at
The new Backup SD Card will be available this month at the following prices:
SNBA16 (16GB) - $27.99
SNBA32 (32GB) - $52.99
SNBA64 (64GB) - $99.99
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