One of the simplest, quickest ways to improve your computer’s overall performance is with a USB flash drive. Just plug it in and set it so that your computer utilizes your flash drive’s memory as RAM. You’ll have a faster computer and a happier processor in no time. But we all know the next problem. What do we do about the bulky USB sticking outside of your computer? If it’s a laptop you’re working on, it’s especially worse because you’re looking at a potential hazard when on-the-go. Not to mention you have to remove the flash drive every time you’re done working which means you’ll have to reinstall the memory component every time as well.
Not to fear! This looks like a job for something, lean, slim, portable, and very tiny. A company called PKparis has recently announced the release of what they call “the world’s smallest USB 3.0 flash drive.” And believe me when I say that its new K’1 model definitely looks like it fits the bill. This incredibly small device is available in 32GB and 64GB capacities for $48 and $89 respectively. These aluminum drives offer read and write speeds of up to 140 MB/s, and even include a micro LED activity light to reassure you things are working just fine. Bear in mind that if you want to take advantage of this incredible data transfer rates then you’ll want to also have a computer already equipped with USB 3.0 capability. The USB 3.0 flash drive is completely backwards compatible with USB 2.0, but you just won’t get the additional read/write speeds mentioned. Then once it’s plugged in you’ll never have to worry about losing it—or even noticing it for that matter.