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We've seen tiny Bluetooth adaptors that are barely bigger than a standard USB connector and now here's a Flash drive built to the same form-factor.

The pictures say it all:

EagleTec USB Nano

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EagleTec USB Nano

Fits even the most space-constrained connectors

The ridiculously tiny drive comes with a choice of 4GB or 8GB raw storage capacity, priced at $23 (£14/€16) and $35 (£21/€25), respectively, from Hong Kong-based gadget purveyor Brando. ®

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