Sony plans to wrap up covers from first Android pen drive

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Japanese Electronics heavyweight, Sony, has decided to wrap up the covers from planet’s first pen drive, which can easily be attached to your Android devices.

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This latest drive is a “2-in-1 product”, loaded with MicroUSB and advanced USB2.0 plugs into a minute hood, enabling customer to attach readily with his PC and smart devices.

It is designed to give flexibility to the Android subscriber by creating the file movement between portable devices easy and quick, without the need of any Wireless Connection.

But it is requisite for a user to upgrade his smart device with Android 4.0 or higher in order to use this tiny device as it is exclusively made for devices with Android-ready connectivity, which is a compulsory part in most phones operating on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and above.

It can be used without needing any additional drivers. Furthermore, it is equipped with an app which can easily be accessed from Google Play Store.

“These latest drives add ease, satisfaction and high performance and are simply ideal for mobile multi-tasking.”, Director of consumer media marketing, Viviano Cantu, expressed.

These upcoming Dual-USB pen flashes come with a Black base, but their caps are sold in three multiple colors comprising of white, black and blue.

Sony has claimed that this new flash is going to hit the market shelves all over the world earlier next year.

The new USB flash drives comes in three different capacities along with their prices which are, 8 GB for $19.99, 16 GB for $29.99, 32 GB for $62.99

Customers can access Sony retail stores (www.store.sony.com) to order this latest innovation.

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