SanDisk today has announced the world’s smallest 128GB USB 3.0 flash drive storage. According to the company, the new 128GB SanDisk Ultra Fit USB 3.0 flash drive is currently the world’s smallest USB 3.0 drive. The company claims that it’s even smaller than a dime if the cap is removed. Without the cap, the drive measures just 0.75 inch with 0.63 inch in width and 0.35 inch in height.
One of the great things about SanDisk Ultra Fit USB 3.0 flash drive is its compact size. Users who need more storage usually have to buy long and big flash drive and if a user needs to have an extra storage on his/her notebook, the size of the flash drive matters a lot. The compact size of SanDisk flash drive can allow users to keep the device plugged in permanently to their notebook without ever needing to unplug it to put it in a laptop sleeve or a bag. Think about the Bluetooth mouse connector which connects to a USB port, same is the case with SanDisk Ultra Fit USB 3.0.
According to SanDisk, the new compact flash drive is designed for media enthusiasts who want to have additional storage space on their notebooks, tablets, TV, in-car stereo systems, gaming consoles etc. The SanDisk Ultra Fit is available in different capacities including 16GB, 32GB, 64GB and also a 256GB Ultra USB 3.0 edition priced at $200 which is a bit large and long than the Ultra Fit. The 128GB model is priced at $120 which is not that expensive considering how handy it is.
Both models come with SanDisk’s SecureAccess encryption software. Buyers will also get a free one year RescuePro software subscription. The software is useful to recover files that were lost or deleted accidentally.