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Is this “World’s Smallest” flash drive too small?

Every time you need to find your flash drive, it always ends up in an odd place because it’s small, and easily misplaced. Seeing as this epidemic is happening all over the world, Deonet has given us a solution, which is to make The World’s Smallest USB stick.

The logic behind it is obviously that if something is small, it makes sense that it would be easier to find if it were even smaller. That’s a valid line of thought, right? It will come out later this month, and will measure a measly 19.5X14.5X2.9mm. You can choose from 4, 8, and 16GB capacities, though having all the storage space in the world won’t help if you can’t find it. There isn’t exactly a definite price out just yet, but you’ll no doubt be charged a big price for this small stick.

4 Comments

  • Still it’s bigger than a Micro SD card, and there are Micro SD cards with more than 16 Gbytes capacity. What would make me buy this one ?

    • because you would have to buy a microSD to Sd card adapter to even work with most computers. And ALL computers have USB. Not all of them have an SD card slot.

  • I already have a Maxell 4 GB USB drive that is 20mm x 12mm x 5mm, and it has a tiny cap to protect it.

  • This is old news. I've been using much smaller for over a year. Google "evolution of software installation media". A credit-card-sized caddy for 10 microSD cards with a little USB reader on a leash.

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