If you’re someone who transfers files frequently on-the-go, a USB flash drive can definitely come in handy. Check out our list of some tiny yet stylish keychain flash drives, below the jump.
- Super Talent CKB (2GB - 32GB, Price TBA) - This new water-resistant flash drive from Super Talent truly looks like it belongs on a keychain. Unlike the other flash drives on our list, the CKB has a thick key loop similar to an actual key (like the LaCie iamaKey but shorter).
- LaCie MosKeyto (4GB - 8GB, $17.99 - $27.99) - This LaCie flash only extends 6mm out when plugged in and has a smart keyring strap that goes through the cap and USB, so you won’t have to worry about losing it.
- Super Talent Pico C (2GB - 32GB, $17.99 - $89.10) - This is arguably the best looking of the bunch—simple and clean without any loud branding. You can get the Pico C in a silver, gold and my personal favorite, nickel. The only downside to this flash drive is that it scratches easily.
- Verbatim TUFF 'N TINY (2GB - 16GB, $9.99 - $39.77) - This penny thin flash drive is the cheapest on our list with the 2GB version going for only $10. Because it’s made out of plastic it’s super light (weighing in at 0.5 oz), comes in a variety of bright colors, and is less susceptible to scratches.
- EagleTec USB Nano Flash Drive (4GB - 16GB, $23 - $57) - This flash drive is in the nub variety like the LaCie MosKeyto and since it barely sticks out you can leave it in your USB socket. The one draw back is that the keychain strap is only connected to the cap, so if you keep it on your set of keys, the flash drive itself could easily be misplaced.
- Elago Mobile Nano II ($8.12 + MicroSDHC Card) - While this is not technically a flash drive, this MicroSDHC card reader is perfect to use on spare MicroSD cards you might have laying around after upgrading. At only $8 bucks its a good alternative to getting a regular flash drive.
- Shintaro Bottle-O Pocket Disk (4GB/$30.75) - While this guy may not be as tiny as the other drives on our list, it’s still fairly small and fits on a keychain. Best of all, this stainless steel flash drive also serves as a nifty bottle opener.