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Supertalent Has the Smallest USB Flash Drive

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The new Mini USB Flash drive by Supertalent probably is the smallest USB 2.0 flash drive we’ve ever seen. It isn’t longer than a nail on your big toe, and it is available at 2, 4 and 8 GB via Newegg and other etailers. According to Supertalent, the 2 GB version offers less performance than the 4 and 8 GB models. None of them is certified for Vista ReadyBoost, yet they should be fast enough to handle small to medium amounts of portable data. You’ll be fine unless you need to move hundreds of megabytes on a regular basis.

It's really small: The Supertalent Mini USB Flash drive

The device is covered into a glossy metal case, which looks nice, but immediately gets covered with your fingerprints. A little chain is available to link the Mini USB Flash drive to your key fob. While the connector is unprotected, Supertalent also claims it to be water resistant.

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    spuddyt , 3 June 2008 21:09
    i just wonder, why? you'd just end up losing it
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