Tired of misplacing USB thumb drives because you have to keep removing them from your laptop every time you pack it up to move somewhere? Well, the folks at Verbatim have got some good news for you. They’ve just announced a new series of USB drives called the Store ‘n’ Stay. Featuring a tiny foot print, no larger than a dime, these memory sticks can stay plugged in to your laptop’s USB port without you having to remove them when you’re packing. In fact, they’re so small you’ll probably forget they’re even there in the first place – you can pretty much treat them like extra memory for your computer!
The Store ‘n’ Stay USB drive is available in capacities of 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB. Unfortunately it only has a USB 2.0 interface but since they’re not too big, you won’t be using them to transfer extremely huge files which should make the speed bearable. It is compatible with Windows, Mac and Linus computerse. The Verbatim Store ‘n’ Stay USB Drive is available now at VerbatimStore with an MSRP of $19.99 (4GB), $29.99 (8GB) and $59.99 (16GB).
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