The World's Smallest Flash Drive Just Got Smaller

The world's smallest flash drives keep getting smaller, which means it's becoming that much easier to lose your storage in your pocket. SanDisk announced on Monday that it is packing a whole lot of storage into a very tiny package. In fact, the largest part of its new UltraFit 128GB flash drive is the actual USB connector. SanDisk somehow managed to squeeze a lot of storage into that narrow bit of plastic at the end. It's impressive overall, but tiny storage doesn't come cheap, the USB will set you back $120.