Sony update their miniature USB memories
Remember Sony’s tiny little USB drives? Well, they’ve returned once more, now under the name of “Pocket Bit Mini” drives (don’t ask…), and they are now Vista Ready Boost compatible, which means that they can actually help you run Vista a little bit faster.
They will be available in 1 and 2GB models, with the option of choosing a black or white model for all of them, instead of having a single color for each model.
I’ve used Sony’s flash drivers for a while now and consider them some of the most reliable in the market. I’m not sold on Vista’s Ready Boost technology, but I am sold with this driver’s portability. This is how small most of them should be.