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Sony USM4GH

The Sony USM4GH also known as the Sony Micro Vault Tiny is said to be Sony’s smallest USB flash drive. The Sony USM4GH is a hi-speed USB and it has compression support. The Sony USM4GH has the memory capacity of 4GB.

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Some of its features include transferring files and backing up data. It can be accessed by just plugging into standard USB ports. On this USB memory, the Micro Vault Virtual Expander is pre-installed which is said to be Sony's unique file compression software.…

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Sony USM4GH

The Sony USM4GH also known as the Sony Micro Vault Tiny is said to be Sony’s smallest USB flash drive. The Sony USM4GH is a hi-speed USB and it has compression support. The Sony USM4GH has the memory capacity of 4GB.

Features

Some of its features include transferring files and backing up data. It can be accessed by just plugging into standard USB ports. On this USB memory, the Micro Vault Virtual Expander is pre-installed which is said to be Sony's unique file compression software. This software will compress your data to virtually store about 3 times as much data. It is said to have a fun and fashionable design. Its interface is Hi-Speed USB - 4 pin USB Type A. Plug and play is the compliant standard. It has the dimensions of 2.5 x 2 x 0.4 inches and weighs 1 pound. Software included is the virtual expander. System requirements are Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition, Apple MacOS 9.0 or later, Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition, Microsoft Windows XP Professional, Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional. Min operating temperature is 32 ?F and max operating temperature is 95 ?F. Humidity range temperature is 10 - 90%. It is compatible with Windows 2000, ME, XP and MAC OS 9 and higher.

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