SanDisk Ultra Fit 128GB Flash Drive

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

A good flash drive is a part of most professional’s everyday carry, and we’re constantly looking for the best options on the market. SanDisk’s Ultra Fit is the latest offering to capture our attention, toting the title of the world’s smallest 128GB flash drive.

As you can see from the photo above, the drive measures in at about the size of the dime, meaning you’ll never even know it’s there. The flagship model boasts 128GB of storage, but there are also 64GB and 32GB iterations available. The drive is roughly 19mm in size, and while that makes it great for tossing into your pocket during your daily outings, SanDisk also recommends using the low-profile drive as extra storage capacity for your laptops and tablets. Simply plug it into the mobile device, and forget about it. The 128GB offering retails for $119. [Purchase]

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