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Verbatim Tuff 'N' Tiny Review

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USB Drives come in every shape and color imaginable, but few offer much that's unique and productive to end users. While the Verbatim Tuff 'N' Tiny has a silly name, the product itself boasts several useful features like dust and water resistance, capacities up to 16GB and a package that's smaller than two dimes.

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An 8GB for the wallet might be a nice addition @ ~$25 - it's that thin. It'll likely be less abused than in the pocket with the keys, and I don't sit on the wallet anyway. Particularly for .iso files it should do well. :)

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I bet you could sit on it plenty and have it still work just fine...it's a very solid little unit.

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I spend too much time sitting in an office chair or behind the wheel to want that fat lump of a wallet protruding into my posterior!:lol:

All in all, it sounds like a tough and thin well priced bit of flash.B)

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It's interesting to see all these microscopic form-factor USB drives actually seem to perform better than the "standard" sized 2-inch long ones. I've had similar experiences personally.

Also, it would seem this particular drive gets a slightly more sensible name over here in the UK, where it's just called the Verbatim Store 'n' Go Micro

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