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Micro Vault Tiny is... er... tiny

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Sony UK today unveiled its smallest Micro Vault Flash drive yet - a 2.4mm-thick SD Card-like unit that clips into any free USB port. The 1.5g, 3 x 1.5cm Micro Vault Tiny ships in capacities of 256MB to 2GB, but ships with what Sony calls Virtual Expander software to compress the card's contents boosting storage capacity almost threefold.

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Despite the size similarly, it's not compatible with the SD format, but it's hard to believed Sony wasn't inspired by the handful of SD cards that incorporate USB-friendly connectors.

Sony did not say when the Tinies will go on sale over here or how much they will cost. ®

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