SanDisk's 128GB USB stick is smaller than a dime

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SanDisk has unveiled a host of new storage devices at this year’s Copmutex, including the world’s smallest USB stick.

The SanDisk Ultra Fit USB 3.0 comes in capacities up to 128GB, making it capable of storing up to 16 hours of Full HD video in a package smaller than a dime, which is handy in the age of remote working.

For those looking for more space, SanDisk also unveiled its highest capacity USB driver ever. with the 256GB Ultra 3.0.

Both devices come with a five-year warranty, include SanDisk SecureAccess software, and come with a year’s subscription to RescuePRO to recover lost of corrupted files.

The 128GB Ultra Fit has an MSRP of £61.99, while the 256GB Ultra is priced at £115.99. Both are available now.



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