Sony recently unveiled its Micro Vault Mach Superspeed USB 3.0 flash drive. USB 3.0 has been available in the market for more than two years now, and is slowly making its way to every type of portable storage device which also includes flash drives.
"Brand-new Micro Vault Mach is the first family of flash memory drives from Sony with Superspeed USB 3.0 technology for blazing performance that won't slow you down," stated the company, as reported by The Inquirer.
The latest USB drives come with shiny aluminium cases and offer read as well as write speeds up to 120MB per second and 90MB per second respectively. There will be four versions of these drives, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB.
The new flash drives will support Windows as well as Mac OS X operating systems and will definitely be compatible with USB 2.0. The drives have a unique retractable connector design to keep them safe from any damage and also make them smaller in size. It has an LED light to show the activity of the drive.
By the end of January the entire range will be available, but no details regarding their price has been announced so far by the company.