The SanDisk Ultra Fit might be incredibly compact, but it begs the question: When is small too small? As technology continues to become more streamlined and portable, convenient and purposeful usability must remain top of mind in order to really connect with consumers. After all, the world's smallest flash drive will only go so far after its lost between some nooks and crannies in the home.
Of course, this doesn't take away from the sophistication of such a creations. The SanDisk Ultra Fit boasts 128 gigabytes of storage, which is impressive for its size. The Napoleon of flash drives, it measures in at just over 19mm. The dime-sized design is already available in 64GB and 32GB iterations. Consumers who want to get their hands on this version can expect it in the coming days.