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    I love my ultrabook but the SSD is becoming a bit cramped. Looking into buying a small usb for storage. This by far looks the best. Anyone know much about it??

    http://www.pkparis.com/en/prods/k1/

    Also where can I purchase this in Australia?
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    That actually looks pretty good. It would be worth a try, but it's pricey. The site only list's 2 places to buy it, their site and "amazon.fr". I'd look around for something similar. I have a 4gb similar one made by "Scosche" that I leave plugged into the front of my radio in my truck. It almost looks like it's part of my radio. :toast:
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    My brother has one of those small usb nubs as music storage in his car radio. Works well.

    The model you have is usb 3.0 so the transfer speed is good for holding stuff that you may not need to access all the time.
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    It's pricey because it's very fast AND micro sized AND one piece alu shell.

    To put it in perspective, the Sandisk Extreme 64GB goes for roughly $67 vs $89. It's a little faster, but is much larger and plastic.
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