What better way to cap off you being a Sony Fanboy than by buying expensive USB from the electronics giant. According to Sony, the MIcroVault Click offers advanced performance and increased storage capacity. These colorful devices has a click design that retracts the USB connector. What’s wrong with just a cap? Well, it wouldn’t be much fun.
Another good feature of the Sony MicroVault Click that good justify its price is that it is Windows ReadyBoost compatible which allows Vista to use a part of the MicroVault’s memory to speed up system performance without additional RAM.
The Sony MicroVault Click range is already availabe in European countries and comes with a 5 year warranty.
Now here is one stylish home theater system. The Sony Bravia DAV-F200. Just look at that sleek and clean style. This home theater system can be wall mounted or you can just put it on a desk or shelf.
Though the Sony Bravia DAV-F200 is one gorgeous home theater, it’s just a bummer that it’s only a 2.1 system. Other features of the Sony Bravia DAV-F200 includes:
- 2.1 system with compact, stylish control unit and speakers
- HDMI connection with 1080p upscaling and BRAVIA Sync system control
- USB play and record
- DMPORT connection for portable devices
- Portable Audio Enhancer
- 405W 32bit S-Master Digital Amplifier
- S-Force Front Surround
- Plays DVD, DVD+/-R/RW, CD, CD-R/RW, MP3, WMA, JPEG, DivX (plus WMA and AAC on USB)
- Optical/coaxial digital and analogue inputs for external sources
- Supplied with remote handset
And here we have another new Bravia LCD TV, the Sony Bravia V4500 Series. The Sony Bravia V4500 Series has an integrated MPEG-4 AVC HD tuner so users can enjoy terrestrial HDTV programs. Like the previous Bravia series released by Sony, The Sony Bravia V4500 also has a picture frame mode.
The Sony Bravia V4500 Series is available in 26, 32, and 37 inch models and it has a WXGA 1360 x 768 resolution. Contrast ratio for the Sony Bravia V4500 is at 33000:1.