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Bissol unveils the world's smallest "luxury" flash drives

Nilay Patel
October 18, 2007
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While any commoner can carry around 32GB of data in an ugly plastic flash drive nowadays, the discriminating gadget lover would much rather carry around 4GB of data in Bissol's luxury brass enclosure -- which the company is also touting as the "world's smallest 4GB flash drive." The .1-ounce ReadyBoost-compatible drive is machined in the same way as old-school Swiss watches, and come in your choice of original brass or nickel-plated finishes. No word on price, but we doubt you'll be finding these in the bargain bin anytime soon.

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