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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SanDisk unveils UltraFit 128GB USB