Super Talent 32GB Pico USB drives are world’s smallest

Jul 29, 2009

Super Talent have unveiled what they're describing as the world's smallest 32GB USB drive, squeezing 32GB of NAND flash into a water-resistant casing.  In fact, six new models are on offer with the new capacity, each boasting up to 30MB/sec transfer rates.

The first tier of models are the Pico C Gold, Pico C Nickel and Pico E Gold, with the former two having either nickel- or 24K gold-plated steel casings, and the latter having a 24K gold-plated sliding lid.  As for the second tier, those 32GB drives are available in the same finishes but include AES-256 hardware encryption.

All six will begin shipping this week, priced at $85 for the normal Pico drives and $99 for those with hardware encryption.  At their smallest they measure just 31 x 12 3 mm and weigh around 5g.

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