Thursday, 22 Dec, 2011 Technology

Latest Invention: Dutch Company Presents World's Smallest USB Stick


Deonet is Dutch company that was able to invent the world's smallest USB memory stick. It would be interesting to note that the same company is responsible for the Golden USB memory stick enriched with diamonds, as well as the FSC-certified Eco Wood drive.

Measuring 19.5 x 14.5 x 2.9 mm, the USB stick is somewhat thicker but a lot shorter than the Super Stick Mini, produced by Kingmax, which was previously considered to be the smallest.

The Dutch firm will launch three types of its new memory stick onto the market, with 4, 8 and 16GB capacity. The launch is expected to be this January at PSI Düsseldorf.

So far there has been no word on pricing.

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