Monday, October 11th 2010

Super Talent Introduces the World's Smallest 64GB USB Drive

Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of Flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, today announced it is now shipping a new large capacity, 64GB, Pico-C. The Pico-C is famous for its: ultra-small, light weight, water-proof, cap-less design; now it's available in a 64GB version.

"The Special Edition Pico-C is a testament to the fact that big things can come in small packages. We've taken our most popular flash drive, the Pico-C, to the next level by upping its capacity to an incredible 64GB, speed rating it and celebrating it with a 24K gold finish." - SuperTalent COO, CH Lee.

This Special Edition drive is 64GB, speed rated and offered in a 24K gold finish. Making no apologies for performance, the Special Edition Pico-C boasts a 30 MB/s (200X seq. Read) and 15 MB/s (100X seq. Write) speed. Hailed as the world's smallest USB drive, the Pico C drive measures a mere 31 x 12 x 3 mm and weighs no more than a nickel. Despite its incredibly small size, Super Talent is now able to pack an astounding 64GB of NAND flash into the same small form factor.

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11 Comments on Super Talent Introduces the World's Smallest 64GB USB Drive

#1
RejZoR
Maybe smallest for 64GB, but certainly not "The Worlds smallest". Because that title goes to Nano USB drives like the DeLock Nano. This one feels huge compared to that one which is almost half the size of this Super Talent.
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#3
caleb
by: RejZoR
Maybe smallest for 64GB, but certainly not "The Worlds smallest". Because that title goes to Nano USB drives like the DeLock Nano. This one feels huge compared to that one which is almost half the size of this Super Talent.
Not really because according to this page
http://www.delock.com/produkte/gruppen/Speichermodule/Delock_USB_20_Nano_Memory_stick_32GB_54262.html

The pendrive you mentioned is : 22 x 16.1 x 6.6 mm (LxWxH)
while this one
Assuming both are cuboid so the volume is a * b * c I believe so yours is 2337mm³ while this one ( 31 x 12 x 3 mm ) is 1116mm³
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#4
RejZoR
Who cares about volume. It's how much the drive is sticking out when you plug it in. Especially in car stereo with USB. DeLock Nano (black and white one) is only sticking out for like 3mm. No way of breaking it in car by accident. Plus the entire size, even though it's thicker, is like half the length.
Otherwise this SuperTalent isn't any smaller than A-DATA C902 series...
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#5
Andy77
by: RejZoR
Who cares about volume. It's how much the drive is sticking out when you plug it in.
Then your misinterpretation of the word small is kinda your fault. What you want to know is the "world's shortest" usb drive.

caleb is right in pointing out that the DeLock Nano isn't the smallest. Anyway, Pico is only 9 mm longer, considering it has that carrying ring to it, I doubt you'll manage to break it just because of that, unless your that clumsy, and it has twice the capacity of Nano.
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#6
RejZoR
Well i'm no that clumsy but other are. And there is no way on earth you can break DeLock while being plugged in. Unless you go on it with a hammer. While i can't say the same for this drive. Same goes for netbooks and notebooks. You can basically have it plugged in all the time and you won't even know it's there. Anyway, for my needs DeLock is just a better option and i also have the C902 which is nice but too long when plugged in (its the same size as this Super Talent drive).
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#7
zads
by: RejZoR
Well i'm no that clumsy but other are. And there is no way on earth you can break DeLock while being plugged in. Unless you go on it with a hammer. While i can't say the same for this drive. Same goes for netbooks and notebooks. You can basically have it plugged in all the time and you won't even know it's there. Anyway, for my needs DeLock is just a better option and i also have the C902 which is nice but too long when plugged in (its the same size as this Super Talent drive).
Yes, but not everyone uses thumb drives for your application.
I use my usb drives to transfer files between computers everyday at work and at home..
so having a 3mm nub for me (the DeLock) would be a pain in the ass.
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#8
karnak
This one has a strong cute factor.
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#9
qwerty_lesh
I have a 1GB Kingmax nano style flash key from years back, and its never broken, these tiny slim style flash keys are surprisingly durable, if that hasn't changed, then you wouldnt need to worry about being clumsy, you'd snap a USB socket (or multiple) before you even begin doing damage to the flash key.

This this is beautiful, so much capacity in such a small item, Love it. I hope to see it sold in Aus. :)
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#11
jtleon
Oh Yeah! Bring on the Bling!

Smear gold on anything.....and it will be better!
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