Sony makes the first flash drive for smart phones

pSNYNA-USM32SA1~B_main_v500Sony just answered a few calls regarding saving data directly from your well quipped smart phone directly to a flash drive without the aid of an interface or computer.  The Microvault Smartphone USB Flash Drive ($25 and up) comes in three capacities to choose from: 8GB, 16GB, and up to 32GB.  It has a standard USB male plug on one end and an Android compatible mini USB interface on the flip side.  It transfers and stores files with the aid of its very own file manager app.  Finally, a preemptive hardware strike for the Android universe in the world of Apple.

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