SanDisk’s Smallest USB Flash Drive Now Available in North America

SanDisk-Small-USB-DriveThe global leader in flash memory cards, SanDisk Corporation, announced today that its smallest USB flash drive is now available for purchase in the United States and Canada.

The Cruzer Blade flash card by SanDisk has the size of a paper clip, weighting no more than a penny. Despite its weight and size, the flash card comes in high-capacity storage.

The smallest USB Flash Drive of SanDisk is available starting from two gigabytes to sixteen gigabytes of storage capacity.

“At half the size of some other USB drives, our compact Cruzer Blade provides consumers with highly portable storage at a great value,” said Kent Perry, director, retail product marketing, SanDisk. “The drive lets users transfer their digital data quickly between computers, and delivers a storage boost to devices such as netbooks that often need additional memory but are difficult to upgrade easily.”

The SanDisk Cruzer Blade USB Flash Drive is the smallest USB Flash Drive in SanDisk’s range, and is now available in the United States and Canada at sandisk.com for the price ranges from $14.99 to $77.99 depending on the storage capacity.

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