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Super Talent Shrinks Thumb Drives to 1.4"

Super Talent Shrinks Thumb Drives to 1.4"

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.

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