Sony Pocket Bit USB flash drive for the futile investors

The good-gadget company Sony, has rolled out its PocketBit USB drive in Japan that boasts of burying your pockets rather than providing good features. The Flash drive hypes a reading speed of 31 Mbps, comes in a new all-white case, and flashing an LED to indicate that it is in use. (I find it hard to call the last one a feature) The gadget provides a storage capacity ranging from 1GB to 16GB, works fine on MAC and PC platforms, and also holds a Ready Boost advantage if required.

Those who pick the 16GB Flash drive will have to pay a hefty price of $312.