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Super Talent unveils tiny Pico Mini flash drives

Tiny flash drives that look good

Shane McGlaun | Nov 11, 2010 at 01:04 pm CST (1 min, 12 secs reading time)

Good ol' Super Talent is always at it tossing new and flashionable flash drives onto the market in an attempt to part geeks with their hard-earned money. Most of the flash drives that the firm makes put as much focus on looking good as they do working well. That's not a bad thing at all; our tech gear can look good and work. The latest offerings from the company are a coupe new flash drives in the USB Pico Mini line.

Super Talent unveils tiny Pico Mini flash drives | TweakTown.com

There are two drives in the line with one of them called the Pico Mini C and the other the Pico Mini D. The two versions both lack caps and use other methods of protecting the USB connector. The C drive has a retractable USB connector while the D drive has a sliding case that hides the connector. Both of the flash drives are very small.

Physically they are about the height of a quarter, which will make them very portable. For me that small size also makes them easy to lose as well. They will be offered in capacities from 2GB up to 32GB and should be available soon at an undisclosed price. "The Pico Mini C&D are an exciting addition to our wildly successful Pico series. Our customers love the convenience and durability of these designs. Now we have two more industrial designs to meet the needs of these customers", said CH Lee COO of Super Talent.

Last updated: Nov 30, -0001 at 12:00 am CST

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