PNY offers coin-sized flash drive

PNY offers coin-sized flash drive

It is always nice to have a small-sized flash drive that you can put virtually anywhere. Well, this is not a dream anymore thanks to efforts by PNY Technologies – the acclaimed memory maker has designed and demonstrated a coin-sized flash drive. The drive is called Micro M2 and indeed it is very small in size – the device weighs only 1.8 grams and its height is just 18 mm.

The new Micro M2 flash drive is perfect for storing files, documents, video and more. To protect the data inside, PNY has designed a high quality metallic chassis that is highly resistant to scratches and dust. The chassis also has a matte finish to prevent fingerprints. There’s a lanyard loop opening on top of the flash drive, where the head is located, that makes it easy to attach the flash drive to key chains, bags and other accessories. The device does not have a cap, which means you will not lose it or take the cap on and off when using it. In addition the PNY Micro M2 is so small it will not interfere when working with notebooks, laptops, tablet PCs and other portable devices.

The PNY Micro M2 offers capacities between 4 GB and 64 GB and reaches reading and writing speeds of 32 MB/sec and 10 MB/sec respectively. The drive is fully compatible with Windows 2000 and newer versions of the Windows operating system and Mac OS 10.3 and newer. Customers will also get a 5-year warranty with the flash drive.

Source: PNY

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