Review: Sony Backup SD Card

$42.90 (16GB), $69.90 (32GB), $129.90 (64GB), available middle of next month

If your laptop has an SD card slot that has been under-utilised, why not use it to backup your data? Just use the Sony Backup SD Card to do that.

Sony claims it is the world's first backup SD card.

All you need to do is slot in the Backup SD Card and select the files and folders you want to backup with Sony's proprietary Real-time Backup Utility software. The files and folders will be automatically updated on the card.

Sony is offering a 30-day trial for the software to work with other manufacturers' SD cards. After the trial period, the software will work only with the Backup SD Card. This way, you can test it before buying it.

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