As you still ponder on whether or not to purchase a 32GB flash drive to save your ever existing number of files you always want with you on the move, SanDisk has unveiled yet another ridiculously small flash drive – roughly the size of the small 1 Shilling coin, boasting a massive 128GB of memory. SanDisk is claiming the crown for the smallest USB 3.0 drive with 128GB of storage with this new drive, and who are we to dispute that?
SanDisk has managed to double the capacity of 64GB which is usually the limit of most flash drives of this size, the new drive also offers USB 3.0 transfer speeds of up to 130 megabytes per second.
For those who would need more than the 128GB this drive can offer, you can opt for the SanDisk Ultra USB 3.0 drive which offers up to 256GB capacity though it comes in a standard thumb drive size.
Both drives support SanDisk’s SecureAccess software for creating password-protected folders with 128-bit AES encryption. They also include a year’s subscription to RescuePro, which can help recover corrupted or accidentally deleted files.
In terms of pricing, you will definitely have to dig a little deeper in your pocket to get either of these new flash drives, we are talking of $120 for the 128GB Ultra Fit, and $200 for the 256GB Ultra. The small size of the Ultra fit is perhaps what will attract most people and put others off as the problem with such small gadgets is their impressive ability to easily pull off a vanishing stunt which means you can simply kiss all those 128GB worth of valuable data goodbye!