Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Sony already offers SD and microSD memory cards

One of the biggest news from Sony at the beginning of a new year is that the company decided to launch its own line of microSD and SD flash cards. This largely was inevitable and was prompted by the fact that most of the latest models of Sony Ericsson phones use microSD cards say. SD / SDHC models will be offered in capacities between 2GB and 32GB (all are Class 4), while the microSD card will have a capacity of 2GB, 4GB and 8GB. The cards will be on the market this month. In addition, the company offers as a free download software to recover deleted files File Rescue, and the application x-Pict Story for creation of slide show, combining music and photos. Both applications are available free to consumers on Memory Stick.

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