SanDisk unveils UltraFit 128GB USB

PSanDisk announced UltraFit 128GB USB

The world's smallest flash drives keep getting smaller, which means it's becoming that much easier to lose your storage in your pocket.

SanDisk announced on Monday that it is packing a whole lot of storage into a very tiny package: 0.75 x 0.63 x 0.35, to be exact.

The USB will set you back $119.99. However, it's important to note that the suggested retail price of the 64GB version of the UltraFit was $109.99 when it launched last year; now, you can buy one on Amazon for $27.99.

Yet $119.99 is still cheaper than the $200 it costs to upgrade a 128GB MacBook Air to 256GB.

SanDisk also released a variety of new products ahead of this year's Computex computer conference in Taipei, including a 256GB USB 3.0 flash drive, a line of portable USB Type-C Solid State Drives (SSD), a rugged, pocket-sized SSD, and a 2TB SSD designed for large cloud data services.

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