Sometimes smaller can be better. This becomes obviously apparent when you look at this smallest available USB flash drive. Sure, a micro SD card can still beat it when compared in physical size, but if you are after a tiny USB pendrive, this is as small as it gets!
Mini USB flash drive
It’s almost the same size as its male USB connector, but it still manages to store up to 8GB of data.
8GB might not seem like much given the fact that we have a 1TB USB flash drive readily available, but it costs over $700 so thanks, but no thanks. Right?
In the case where you don’t have more than 8GB of data that you need to carry around discretely, this extremely small USB flash drive that, by the way, only costs about $4.99 is probably more than enough for you.
Almost every cheap computer mouse uses batteries for power and if you are using one every day then you have probably been in a situation where the batteries suddenly die and you realize you don’t have any new ones to spare. Suppose it’s after hours too and all the local stores are closed.
Nope. The only sensible way to keep your mouse powered up at all times is to get two sets of Ni-MH rechargeable batteries– one set for working, the other for charging (and then switch between those). They have become so cheap nowadays that they will earn your money back in just a few weeks!
I just love small and compact technology and about a year ago I was in need of a new and fast flash drive for personal use. After a few hours of searching online I found that this fairly new Verbatim 32GB flash drive is exactly that. It’s incredibly small in size! Just look at the picture I took when I compared it to a cigarette:
It might not look like much but this little baby holds 32gb of data, has USB 3.0 support and the average transfer speeds are as follows:
Write speed of about 10,5 MB/s
Read speed of about 21,5 MB/s
This makes it one of the best flash drives available for an affordable price of just around $40 to $45 bucks.
ReadyBoost Compatible Pendrive
Because of it’s high transfer speeds Windows 7 users can make use of it by applying ReadyBoost which will allow you to use a part of the flash drive as RAM assuming of course you have the USB 3.0 port on your computer/laptop (It looks just like a regular USB port but it has a distinct blue color, you can’t miss it).
Best Pendrive for live systems
For the geeks working with live systems and virtual machines, the Verbatim Tuff ‘N’ Tiny flash drive is a great solution. It’s small and fast- your live system is guaranteed to run smoothly on it. Not only that, but it has been built in such a robust way that even if a car were to drive over it, it would still be operational. It’s that awesome!
Storing personal photos, videos and other media
Whether you are a photographer looking for a way of storing your photos in a reliable way or an office worker who needs to keep files from work safely in their pocket, the 32GB Verbatim Tuff ‘N’ Tiny flash drive is more than enough.