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SanDisk Delivers World's Smallest 128 GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive

SanDisk's new Ultra Fit 128 GB flash drive can store up to 16 hours of Full HD video but is about the size of a dime. Last year the company launched a 64 GB model to meet customer demand for large capacity, but the new model doubles existing density in the same award winning small package.

The new Ultra Fit follows the previous 64 GB model with USB 3.0 connectivity. SanDisk claimed performance is 130 MB/s, up to 10x faster than USB 2.0 competitors. A full length HD movie can transfer in as little as 40 seconds.

The Ultra Fit product line includes SanDisk's SecureAccess software to keep private files safe with password protection and 128-bit encryption. A one-year subscription to RescuePRO software is also included.

SanDisk's Ultra Fit products have gained popularity in VMWare ESXi servers as boot devices. This leaves more drive bays available for VM storage while still providing high performance to host the low drive write operating system files. 

The new Ultra Fit 128 GB retails for $119.99 with availability starting today. SanDisk covers the drive with a five-year warranty.

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  • Arctikuma
    I've lost enough USB sticks in my life.
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  • dstarr3
    This is just what I've been waiting for. Load all my music onto it, plug it into my car's stereo, and throw away my iPod.
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  • Darkk
    This is just what I've been waiting for. Load all my music onto it, plug it into my car's stereo, and throw away my iPod.

    This is exactly what I did for my car. Totally out of sight and works well with my car's stereo system.
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