Tiny as they already are, thumb drives haven’t stopped shrinking. In June alone, Imation debuted its own super-tiny Nano, outdid itself with the even smaller Atom, and Corsair shrank its well-known Voyager to miniscule proportions. Now, the relatively unknown Super Talent has debuted its own micro drive: a model just 1.4 inches long.
The Pico D joins Super Talent’s existing line of small Pico drives, but takes them one notch smaller. It features transfer rates of up to 30 MB/s, a chip-on-board design that’s responsible for its size, and a swivel cap.
The 8GB version of the drive will be available later this week for $40.