EagleTec Flash Drive Is Smallest Ever For The Next 5 Minutes


By Evan Ackerman

Looky here, it’s yet another smallest flash drive ever! The EagleTec Nano flash drive measures a minuscule 19 x 15 x 6mm and weighs only 3 grams. It manages to stuff as much as 8 gigs of memory in there somewhere… To be fair, I can’t really see how a flash drive could get much smaller than this without being totally impractical and an accidental inhalation risk. But, I have faith that those issues aren’t going to prevent it from happening anyway.

The EagleTec Nano flash drives comes with 4 gigs for $22, or 8 gigs for $33.

[ Brando ] VIA [ Ubergizmo ]

5 thoughts on “EagleTec Flash Drive Is Smallest Ever For The Next 5 Minutes”

  1. Are you kidding me? I lose my *regular* flash drives enough as it is.

    “Hey, where did you put that 8GB worth of animations, 3D models, irreplaceable video footage, and spreadsheets organizing and documenting our entire project?”
    “My cat mistook it for a bug and ate it. Sorry, guys.”

  2. Aren't the Sandisk “Plus” [ http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Ultra-Plus-2GB-Ca… ] and OCZ “Trifecta” SD cards [ https://www.ohgizmo.com/2007/03/30/ocz-trifecta-… ] that not only fit into SD card slots but also full sized USB slots even smaller? They've got to be thinner; they fit in your wallet alongside credit cards.

    The Trifectas are getting hard to find.
    The Sandisk ones are still readily available; I even bought one at a brick n' mortar camera shop in Charleston recently.

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