bill-swift - December 26, 2012
Smaller is better, thinner is good, and the shortest one is always the best. Obviously we're not talking about the junk in anyone's trunk, because no one would want that. No, what we're talking about is the USB flash drive you've always dreamed of but haven't found yet--until today.
It's all about the speed and portability these days. How much memory does it have? How fast can transfer your files? It's pretty hard to imagine that a 128MB stick cost as much as fifty bucks when flash drives were first released.
If you've long admired Apple's design philosophy (which goes something like, 'less is best, and if you can cut it down to nothing, then that's better'), then you'll probably like this ultra-compact USB drive that doesn't take more space than your average cuff link. It's available in 16GB and 32GB capacities to meet all your big data needs. It looks snazzy and it's fine finish will mesh perfectly with your Macbook Pro. But trust me, it looks good (and works well) with all other laptops as well.
Own It: $59