Tech & Toys: SanDisk Unveil the World’s Tiniest USB Drive


I remember the first USB drive that I bought. It was probably like ’06 or whatever, but I spent like $175 on this Sony piece, that only had like 25GB’s of storage. Oh, how times have changed. We all need to save things. With the way we are with phones these days, we definitely need to save pics. And for my music heads, whether you’re just a fan, or creating your own, there’s nothing like having tons and tons of gigs for storage. But imagine having that in a ridiculously tiny drive.

Never before has there been a USB stick the size of a penny, until now. Electronics company SanDisk has unveiled their most ambitious project yet, the Ultra Fit USB 3.0 which appears to be smaller than a dime and carries a whopping 128 GB of space. The drive can store up to 16 hours of 1080p video with read speeds stretching up to 130 MB per second, allowing users to move content up to 10 times faster than with a standard USB 2.0 drive. By way of example, users could potentially transfer a full-length movie in less than 40 seconds.

Whether it’s practical or not remains the question, but for those who are looking for the niftiest gadgets currently on the market, SanDisk’s Ultra Fit USB 3.0 is not one to miss. Look for the drive now at select retailers worldwide.

Get yours..


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