I’m always wary when a company claims to have produced the world’s smallest version of anything. That said, the new Super Talent Pico USB drive is pretty darn tiny for a flash drive that holds up to 32GB of data. It measures just 1.5 inches by .5 inches and weighs less than 6 grams, or about 0.21 ounces.
The Pico drives have transfer rates of up to 30MB/s and come in a few different configurations, with some models featuring a swivel-style design, while others have a slide-out USB connector. The water-resistant flash drives will run abotu $85 for a standard 32GB model, and $99 for a slightly fancier version with built in AES-256 hardware encryption.