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PQI outs world’s smallest USB 3.0 flash drive

PQI outs world’s smallest USB 3.0 flash drive

I would bet that most people want their tech gear to be really small and easy to carry with them on the road. The catch is that the smaller the gear gets, the easier it is to lose inside a packed notebook bag or purse. PQI has unveiled the latest of its line of USB 3.0 flash drives and this new drive has an interesting claim to fame. PQI claims that the Traveling Disk intelligent Drive U819V is the smallest USB 3.0 flash drive in the world. I would totally lose this thing.

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PQI Unveils World’s Smallest USB 3.0 Flash Drive

PQI Unveils World’s Smallest USB 3.0 Flash Drive

Flash drives are pretty small these days, but if they're still not quite small enough for you, then here's one that is just about as small as it can get. Taiwanese peripherals manufacturer PQI has just unveiled what it's claiming to be the world's smallest USB 3.0 flash drive. It measures roughly an inch long, half an inch wide, and a quarter of an inch thick.

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Design Concept: USB Flash Drive Expandable With MicroSD Cards

Design Concept: USB Flash Drive Expandable With MicroSD Cards

If you've ever had a bunch of cheap USB flash drives that you've tossed around and abused, and perhaps cursed at for not having enough capacity due to you're data hoarding, then this concept design called the Collector USB Flash Drive will have you drooling. The Collector lets you custom configure as well as expand the memory capacity of your USB stick via the swapping of microSD cards. You may never have to delete anything off your USB stick again.

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Instructables: Turn your borked NES into a flash drive

Instructables: Turn your borked NES into a flash drive

fungus amungus posted this over on Instructables last week. It's a simple mod that allows you to turn a dead Nintendo Entertainment System into a neat little USB gadget. This is a simple little hack, but it's definitely worth checking out. It's a two part mod, he needed to modify both the NES and the cartridges to make the whole NES USB-Flash franken-marriage happen. But, broken NES's are a dime a dozen, and anyone can get Tetris on a hundred-dozen different platforms.

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Keyport USB drive gets more storage

Keyport USB drive gets more storage

Back in September of 2001, I mentioned that the cool Keyport key hiding slider thingy had gained a new feature with the ability to add a flash drive into one of the ports. If you forget exactly what this thing is, it's a small box that can hide up to six special keys inside that slide you when you need them.

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