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Nov 8, 2012

LaCie’s New Waterproof USB Key Is Smaller Than Your House Key

The problem with little USB jump drives is that no matter how many you own, you've never got one when you need it. You could've have sworn you tossed one in your bag, but when it's time to pass files around, it's not there. That's why we're tempted to keep LaCie's new PetiteKeydangling from our keychains.

The PetiteKey comes in 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB for $15, $23, and $40. It's waterproof down to 100-meters, scratch-resistant, and tough. There's a two-year warranty, should you want to test that toughness out. But best of all, it's much tinier than its cute-but-not-as-useful ancestor, the iamaKey: The little USB drive weighs 0.25 ounces and measures just 1.5 inches long. In other words, it's smaller and lighter than most actual keys, which means it's actually convenient enough to carry with your everywhere. More here.

2 comments:

Atley said...

now that is cool! I just broke my Lexar Firefly which was on my keychain, since I am in the market I might just get this!

YeamieWaffles said...

I love the idea of a waterproof USB for some reason even though I'll likely never have a situation where I'm in water with one. It just seems like a nice idea to me, if I was to get a USB I think I would get one of these just for the durability like you say, it'd be fun to test it out.