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PNY Launches HP v112b Tiny USB Flash Drive

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Nov 24, 2011.

  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    PNY Technologies is considered a leading designer, manufacturer, and supplier of memory upgrade modules launched the HP v112b tiny USB Flash Drive, adding a new USB Flash drive to its HP line-up the v112b, which is a tiny but elegantly designed drive. The drive comes in a shiny translucent sapphire blue casing with wavy design to help get a better grip. It comes with a cap, which also features the same wavy design, continuing the body design when closed. The design makes it water resistant, and it is also resistant to mechanical shocks. The COB packaging helps achieve such a small size.

    A lanyard hold at the far end lets you tie it to a keychain, purse, belt, etc. Plug and play functionality lets you use the drive in Windows 2000, XP, Vista and 7, and even on Mac OS 10.3 and above. Being a very tiny drive has its advantages, giving the drive ultra-portability. The small size and weight also makes it convenient to take it wherever you go to share your digital documents, pictures, video clips and music files.

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    Product Specifications:
    • Storage Capacities: 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB and 32GB
    • Dimensions: 28mm (L) x 15.9 mm (W) x 9.6 mm (H)
    • Weight: 4.98 g
    • Interface: USB 2.0
    • Read Speed: For 2 GB/4 GB/8 GB up to 14 MB/s; for 16 GB/32 GB up to 18 MB/s
    • Write Speed: For 2 GB/4 GB/8 GB up to 4 MB/s; for 16 GB/32 GB up to 8 MB/s
    • Warranty: 2 years
  2. RejZoR


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    Looks like a vibrating sex toy... And if they think that's "tiny", maybe they should look at DeLock Nano and Sandisk Fit drives...
  3. Widjaja


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    I'm sure there is a market out there for small usb flash drives who believe tiny is cute.

    Personally a generic flash drive is easy enough to lose.
    I'd choose an old Kingston travelmate over any very small flash drive any day.
  4. whitrzac

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    the PNYs with the flip cover are under 1in long without the case....
  5. Steven B

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    i have a smaller one, well its like 200% thinner, and prob the same length.

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