SanDisk officially introduced the Cruzer Blade, the company’s smallest USB drive to date, in the U.S. previously available overseas, the Cruzer Blade is about the size of a paper clip and weighs about the same as a penny, making it an incredibly compact way to tote around 16GB of data. There’s a small cutout in the Cruzer Blade that can be used to attach it to your keychain.
The SanDisk Cruzer Blade’s official MSRP starts at $14.99 (2GB) and ranges up to $77.99 (16GB). However, you can already score these little guys online at deep discounts. Amazon.com is selling the 16GB SanDisk Cruzer Blade for just $30.99 and a 4GB version is just $12.