SanDisk has manufactured the world’s smallest 128GB USB flash drive. The Ultra Fit™ USB 3.0 measures 0.8 x 0.6 x 0.4 inches and weighs around 0.3 ounce.
According to a CNet report, the drive was made for “media enthusiasts who want to expand storage of their notebook, tablet, TV, in-car audio system, gaming console and more.”
SanDisk’s other offering is a 256GB pen drive, which is a standard-sized one. This is the first time SanDisk has introduced a flash drive with such capacity.
The transfer speed of SanDisk 128GB flash drive is 130 MB per second while the speed for the 256GB USB drive is 100MB per second. Both the drive will support SanDisk’s SecureAccess software. The software is meant for creating password-protected folders on the drive with 128 bit AES production.
The price of the 128GB can surely be a matter of concern. While the standard 128GB USB connector drives are available at $30, this one will cost $119.99. According to Geek, the price will surely come down a bit around $100, but that too is a high range. The standard 256GB flash drive from SanDisk is priced at $200.