Super Talent Pico C
The Pico C is the real mini from the Pico Series and is also available as a blinged up gold plated version. I liked the Pico C so much it was used in a review just after its arrival. Don't let the small size fool you; this is one fast drive that is perfect for attaching to a backpack or other personal item that is taken with you regularly. The drive is so small you will never know it is there until you go to use it.
Specifications and Features
The Pico Series all weigh less than 6 grams and feature very fast data transfers. The Pico C does not have a protective cap, but including one would only detract from its usefulness since you would need to worry about it.
Packaging for the Pico C is pretty basic; you can see the drive and printed at the top is the capacity information.
On the back we find a little general information about the Pico Series.
The Super Talent Pico C
The Pico C is my favorite of the Pico Series due to its size and ease of use; no cap, no problem.
As you can see here, the drive is very thin. Be sure to attach it to something because you may lose it or at least not see it when you get up from a computer.
The Pico C comes with a chain so you can put it around your keys or on a zipper to a purse or backpack right out of the box.
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