How long until you lose the world's smallest 128GB USB drive?

How tiny is SanDisk’s new 128GB flash drive? Well, to our eyes it simply looks like a USB connector with a plastic end-cap — there doesn’t seem to be any storage there at all. Regardless of how it looks though, SanDisk says this upgrade to their Ultra Fit series is capable of storing up to 16 hours of full HD video in a form factor “smaller than a dime,” while offering transfer speeds of up to 130MB/s.

Better for adding extra capacity than transferring files

Although you might think this is the perfect solution for toting your files around, SanDisk says the drive’s low-profile is actually better suited for adding extra storage capacity to your laptops and tablets. You can simply plug the drive into your device and then forget about it…

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Author: James Vincent

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