Sony - SeeQVault compliant slim-smartphone-sized portable wireless storage
by Yoriko Takahashi September 30, 2013 - 19:19
Sony is going to release the new portable wireless storage "WG-C20" on October 25.
It's a compact NFC compliant Wi-Fi device that has an SD memory card slot and USB terminal built-in. So data can be transferred in 3 ways: wirelessly, via SD memory card, or by USB.
It also has a built-in 300mAh battery so that you can bring it with you and use it away from home.
The previous model was a stick shape however this new one is a 9mm thin smartphone shape for better portability.
It's a DLNA certified product and the first SeeQVault compliant device. Having SeeQVault (a next-generation content protection technology), it is possible to store HD contents on memory cards, compliant microSDHC memory card inserted, it can wirelessly transfer HD quality recorded programs to your smartphone. A SeeQVault compliant microSDHC memory card will be released at the same time: 16GB (about ¥5,000) and 32GB (¥8,000).
Estimated price: ¥10,000