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The Kingmax Super Stick -- World's Thinnest USB Flash Drive

Peter Rojas
November 14, 2005
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We know how you're all fed up with bloated, oversized USB flash drives, so it's a good thing Kingmax is busting out the Super Stick, a new USB flash drive that's just 39 x 12 x 2mm in size and weighs a mere 5 grams (and comes in sizes from 256MB to 2GB). That's good enough to wrest the title of "World's Thinnest USB Flash Drive" away from PQI's Intelligent Stick, which clocks in at a pudgy 2.8mm.

UPDATE: Snap! Looks like the iDisk Diamond is a hair thinner.

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