Sony introduced in Japan it’s new series of ultra-portable Pocket Bits flash drives supporting USB 2.0. The wearable storage devices have a great design. The different sizes (64,128,256MB) have different colored cylinders. Sony also offers a cradle for better handling.
Sony Introduces Pocket Bits
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