Printed from http://www.electronista.com

Verbatim bows penny-sized USB drives

updated 09:00 am EDT, Tue August 11, 2009

Verbatim TUFF N TINY Drive

Verbatim today hoped to claim a crown for USB flash drive storage today by adding the TUFF 'N' TINY to its collection. The sticks use extra-dense memory and as a consequence are about as thin as a penny while not having much more surface area at 1 inch by 0.5 inches. At the same time, the company claims they're designed to be durable with a completely sealed design that resists dust and water; each comes bundled with a key ring lanyard to encourage taking them outside.

The drives come in 2GB, 4GB and 8GB capacities in respective orange, green and purple colors. All of them support Linux and Mac OS X systems, but Windows users also get security software onboard to protect data. Verbatim hasn't priced the 2GB drive but says a 4GB version costs $30 while an 8GB version is $50. Both of these should be shipping today.



By Electronista Staff
Post tools:

TAGS :

toggle

Comments

  1. jdonahoe

    Junior Member

    Joined: Jul 2006

    +1

    New flash with old penny

    If you're going to show off the latest mini flash drive, why wouldn't you use the latest pennies with the new Lincoln themed backs. Or maybe it's because they couldn't find any since the banks don't want to "buy" them from the Federal Reserve. Sorry, it's a slow day.

Login Here

Not a member of the MacNN forums? Register now for free.

toggle

Network Headlines

toggle

Most Popular

Advertisement

Recent Reviews

Apple 13-inch MacBook Pro (Early 2015)

Although the new darling of the Apple MacBook line up is the all-new MacBook, Apple has given its popular 13-inch MacBook Pro with Ret ...

Seagate Wireless

It seems like no matter how much internal storage is included today's mobile devices, we, as users, will always find a way to fill the ...

Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 (Android, 10.1-inch)

Lenovo is building a bigger name for itself year after year, including its devices expanding beyond desktop computers. The company's l ...

Advertisement

toggle

Most Commented

 
toggle

Popular News