Strontium Launches World’s Smallest and Fastest USB Flash Drive, Starting from Just $6

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world-smallest-usb-flash-driveShort Bytes : Strontium has launched world’s smallest and fastest USB flash drive. The company claims that its Nitro Plus Nano USB 3.0 flash drive delivers super fast performance with 130MB/s read and 100MB/s write.This USB flash drive is available in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB options, and these are priced at $6, $11, and $20 respectively.

Singapore-based Strontium Technology has launched Nitro Plus USB 3.0 and the company claims it to be world’s smallest and fastest USB flash drive. This product has been rolled out under company’s flagship product Nitro Plus. Strontium Nano Plus USB 3.0 belongs to the ultra-small form factor and it’s an ideal companion for tablet, PCs, TVs, ultrabook and car audio systems. You can plug in this USB drive and it disappears giving you extra storage space. Earlier this year SanDisk launched World’s Smallest 128GB Flash Drive.

This “plug and stay” storage device is light weight and company claims that using the smallest and fastest USB flash drive, you can enjoy data transfer speed up to 25 times the standard USB 2.0 drives. Strontium Nano Plus USB 3.0 comes with a robust metal touch design.

The company CEO Vivian Singh says that as a leading flash storage products manufacturer, Strontium aims to deliver the most reliable products to its users. Compared to other portable USB 3.0 storage solutions, Strontium Nano Plus can be left plugged in while on the go as it’s the world’s smallest USB flash drive.

Also read: This “Killer USB” Flash Drive Will Explode Your Computer

Strontium Nano Plus USB 3.0 can contain up to 960 minutes of 1080p HD video, 16,000 MP3 songs, or 26,208 HD photos. The company provides 5-years Strontium Limited warranty.

World’s smallest and fastest USB flash drive is available in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB options and these are priced at $6, $11 and $20 respectively.

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