Monday, July 8th 2013

Super Talent Technology Updates the Pico USB Flash Drive

Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of NAND flash storage solutions, today introduces the USB 3.0 Pico, a follow-up to the highly awarded USB 2.0 Pico flash drive. Amazingly small in size, the USB 3.0 Pico packs an incredible amount of capacity into its compact, stylish casing. The USB 3.0 Pico drive is great for storing data, digital images, and videos.

The design includes a space for attaching a keychain, lanyard, necklace chain, or other accessory. Water resistant and backwards compatible with USB 2.0, the USB 3.0 Pico is perfect for those seeking a versatile flash drive. It is available in capacities of 16, 32, and 64GB.
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8 Comments on Super Talent Technology Updates the Pico USB Flash Drive

#1
las
When?

When does this come out?
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#2
RejZoR
I want Sandisk Fit sized drive in USB 3.0 standard. Only because the standard Fit is quite slow drive but it's truly tiny size is fantastic. I have it in my car stereo and i don't even know it's there. It just looks like a part of the car.
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Prima.Vera
by: RejZoR
I want Sandisk Fit sized drive in USB 3.0 standard. Only because the standard Fit is quite slow drive but it's truly tiny size is fantastic. I have it in my car stereo and i don't even know it's there. It just looks like a part of the car.
Why do you need USB 3.0 for your car stereo??
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#4
RCoon
Gaming Moderator
by: Prima.Vera
Why do you need USB 3.0 for your car stereo??
To play all his music that he doesnt have on CD and because the radio is so bad it doesnt play the songs he likes.
Most of my friends have a 16-32GB memory stick plugged into their cars to play their own music from.
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#5
Prima.Vera
by: RCoon
To play all his music that he doesnt have on CD and because the radio is so bad it doesnt play the songs he likes.
Most of my friends have a 16-32GB memory stick plugged into their cars to play their own music from.
FAIL comment.
The question was why does he need USB 3.0 when his stereo is most likely USB 2.0...you can play .mp3 even on USB 1.0 btw...
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#6
RCoon
Gaming Moderator
by: Prima.Vera
FAIL comment.
The question was why does he need USB 3.0 when his stereo is most likely USB 2.0...you can play .mp3 even on USB 1.0 btw...
Fair enough. Maybe he wants to transfer all his music to the drive a little faster. Maybe he removes and replaces music a lot, and USB 2.0 is too slow when transferring on his PC?
Think of the many situations.
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#7
las
by: RCoon
To play all his music that he doesnt have on CD and because the radio is so bad it doesnt play the songs he likes.
Most of my friends have a 16-32GB memory stick plugged into their cars to play their own music from.
hahaha
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#8
fusionblu
I currently have the Super Talent Pico 64GB Flash Drive (USB 2.0) and it definitely backs up data really well despite the USB 3.0 alternatives for the same storage as such and a USB 3.0 version only be better. I wouldn't mind adding a new USB 64GB Pico to my key chain. :cool:
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