Sonys Digital Briefcase- With a Silver Lining!

By: Samuel Hary

Sony launched its first sapper in the league of high capacity flash media products way back in 1998. This forever revolutionized the way we handled data! More like a digital briefcase that ports high resolution; heavy data from one-to-the-other device with no much ado, this digital memory device- the Sony Memory Stick- dint take anytime before gaining huge popularity amongst the Tech Savvy demography.

Today Sony is doubling the capacity of its ground-breaking invention with high-powered upgrades in its Memory Stick Media family. Capturing the market with the largest capacity media devices available in the Duo format besides other variants like the 1 GB Memory Stick PRO Duo, 2 GB Memory Stick PRO Duo etc. it renders perfect solutions for users who need larger-capacity storage devices for their digital content in moderation to one another.

Designed to accommodate large data quantities, especially high-resolution digital photos and video clips with the most recent 4 GB Memory Stick PRO, Sony boosts of a vendible which undoubtedly is matchless! Giving out the best in the business Sony's range of memory sticks comprises of a huge assortment of flash memory cards which can not only aid in data transfer but like the 2GB Memory Stick PRO Duo (high speed) there are some that read and write speeds up to 80 Mbps although depending on the supporting hardware. They are ideal for use in compact digital devices, including mobile phones, pocket-sized digital still cameras, compact camcorders, and gaming devices.

This media offers higher durability with a standard operating temperature range of -25?C to +85?C. Ideal for use in compact digital devices, including mobile phones, pocket-sized digital still cameras, compact camcorders, and gaming devices- Sony offers a splendid range of digital briefcases that carry huge quantities of portable data from without compromising on the quality or having to worry on the memory consumption for in the age Flash memory sticks floppies, cd's and storage issues are passe

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