SanDisk has created the smallest working flash drive to date. The SanDisk Ultra Fit flash drive is around the size of a dime, has a capacity of 128GB, and features USB 3.0.
The flash drive was created with the purpose of being constantly plugged into a device. Larger flash drives are more cumbersome and can be accidentally knocked off a computer or device by the user. This drive was developed to solve that problem so that you can keep it plugged in even as you travel. The drive also features password protection and a year subscription to RescuePro. The pricing has not yet been revealed.