Kingston Technology's Mini Fun USB drive – flash drives get smaller (again)

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Looking not unlike Lego bricks, Kingston Technology has launched the Mini Fun USB Flash Drive, claimed to be the smallest storage gadgets currently available in the industry at just 1.5 by 0.75 inches and in a range of capacities up to 1GB.

Aimed at schoolchildren, The idea is to attach these colourful units to your keyring or phone to store and retrieve documents, photos, music or school assignments anytime. They also come pre-loaded with Atlantis and Magic Vines gaming software by Big Fish Games. Atlantis is an adventure game to – you’ve guessed it – the long-lost city of Atlantis, while Magic Vines is a location-based puzzle game. Yes, both sound quite educational. 

Available now, prices for the drives range from £6.30 plus VAT for the 256MB drive, through to £12.60 plus VAT for the 1GB model.

Kingston Technology website

Dave Walker

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