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Wed, 18 Mar 2009

Sony MicroVault Tiny

USB memory sticks are normally touted as being small and convenient, despite not being so at all. Most are quite large. This one, however, is just half the size of an SD card and easily fits in your wallet. And if The Man is breaking down your door, it's small enough to swallow. It's definitely worth paying a bit extra for something this small.

Posted at 22:38 by David Cantrell
keywords: electronics
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