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With the smartphone and tablet user in mind, Sony corporation has developed the new USM-SA1 USB drive which possesses dual micro USB and USB ports to offer consumers a brand new user experience, in addition to providing them with more options to backup, share and store their favorite photos, videos and music.
Available in capacities of 8GB, 16GB and 32GB, this new ultra-compact device gives users a smart and convenient way to transfer and share files easily between devices, and is especially handy in situations such as when backing up the data on your mobile device to a desktop, or when files such as images and video clips need to be shared quickly amongst several individuals - all without the need for a Wi-Fi connection or a USB cable. They are priced Rs. 746, Rs. 1,399 and Rs. 2,633 respectively.
Compatible with PCs and Android 4.0.3 smart phones and tablets, the USM-SA1 USB drive can also function as an additional media content storage device that can be easily plugged in and detached, so users can now carry with them their entire library of songs and listen to it across various devices, saving the memory space on their devices for other uses.
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Housed in a durable metal body and a strap hole to either loop onto a key-chain or hung from your mobile phone as a phone charm, the USM-SA1 comes with a smart protective cap that not only protects the micro USB port from damage, but also locks on to the USB drive's body for easier unplugging from the PC.
Users can also download the dedicated "File Manager" application for free on Google Play onto their smart phones and tablets, to help manage the content across their different devices with ease. Featuring a simple and easy-to-use interface, the searching for, copying, deleting and sorting of content is now a breeze and fuss-free.