Bigger Isn’t Always Better: Why Our Smallest Flash Drives Might Be the Way to Go
Whoever said bigger is better may want to reconsider. Something tells me that he hasn’t had to deal with too many bulky USB drives in his time. It is true that most USB flash drives are relatively small and compact but, more often than not, you still have to remove the drive from your device to keep it from breaking, especially when you just want to throw it in your backpack, briefcase or purse as you run out the door. With so many different styles of drives on the market, you may be looking for something that you can just leave plugged in without worrying that it might break. Why not go take a look at some of our smallest flash drives?
Premium USB readily carries a wide variety of mini USB flash drives for that person who is always on the go. These drives may be as little as a third of the size of the average USB while still packing the same punch! You can attach them to key chains and customize them just like any other drive.
The Versa Clip is a very unique drive that Premium USB offers. With its paper clip-like body style, this model is small enough to keep your documents together but in one quick swift motion it’s in your computer performing it is flash drive duties.
Measuring in slightly larger than an actual dime is the Mini Spy USB flash drive. Because of its smooth and rounded edges, there is less risk of the drive getting caught on the inside lining of a backpack or purse and being ripped out of your electronic device.
If you are looking for something a little more professional, the colorful and glossy finish of the Swirl USB will definitely draw attention in the office. Small in size but large in style, this capless mini swivel drive has a key loop so you can easily keep track of important documents.
The list can go on and on, but the moral of the story remains the same. Mini USB flash drives are becoming more and more popular because their compact size makes them easier to transport. So, in this case, Premium USB says bigger is not always better.
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