Store 16GB of information on the ultra-compact blue Store ‘n’ Stay Nano USB 3.0 Flash Drive from Verbatim. The drive’s snag-free low profile design protrudes mere millimeters from your USB port, contributing to its small footprint. Optional password protection software can be downloaded for Windows users.
Rachael Sporer (verified owner) –
These little flash drives are just what the doctor ordered for keeping your work on hand and portable. Fill this with data files, leave it in your mobile machine… remove when you need to update contents !!!!
Alize Haag (verified owner) –
Super fast, super small, super cheap. I was using an Older USB stick and it became problematic. I kept trying to stick with it but realized that it was time To move on. This new USB stick is extraordinarily fast! Dragging large files to It is blazingly fast! I felt foolish for trying to nurse along the old USB stick. I mean come on, it’s only a few bucks for this thing and it works well. Ironically the biggest fear I have is losing it because it’s so small. But other than that I’m a happy man.
Elias Yundt (verified owner) –
Love how small it is
Alexane Cormier (verified owner) –
I use this to hold music for playback on my Behringer X32 mixer. It is small enough to be left in the mixer and not be in the way.
Nina DuBuque (verified owner) –
I have been a long time customer especially from the Territoy of Guam, USA. Im currently using this USB drive to load my favorite music into my LG Blu-ray player unit as a playback source, which is hook up to my Stereo unit system for playback due to my Bluray having RCA output. My audio format is FLAC (loseless audio) which only a few player can read this format. It satisfied my needs and also use it on my Car stereo unit system which accept USB thumb drive 2.0 and playback my FLAC music files. I have tried using USB 3.0 and both units will not accept this form of USB 3.0..Thanks for the great price and will order more in the coming future. The USB thumb drive is so small, no one noticed Im using it as a playback sources. Edward B. San Nicolas Audiophile
Theresia Shanahan (verified owner) –
I use these to transfer CR3 RAW files as well as high-res, processed jpegs to clients. They are reliable and fast enough for most short-term data transport and storage applications. Using a USB-C to USB 3.1 hub I can transfer 30 Canon CR3 RAW files (50 to 66 MB file size) from a 1GB/sec, 4 TB SSD to a 32 GB Verbatim Nano drive per minute. Real-time transfer rate is perfectly in line with BlackMagic Speed Test results of 31.23 MB/sec (Write) and 36.73 MB/sec (Read) test results (1GB stress test file size). Testing was done on a 2021 8-core iMac Retina USB-3.1 port. Speed test results were very consistent over the (8), 32GB drives in my last batch. Formatted capacity was 31.44 GB on each drive. These are very, very small drives and have a fairly tight USM connector. That means they can sometimes be a little difficult to remove from a USB port. However, at their current price, these tiny drives certainly rate 5-stars.
Brendan Schmitt (verified owner) –
I finally settled on this nano USB flash drive as it seemed to fit my all needs perfectly. I have transferred all my music on it and still have lots of room to spare. It has a small form factor and is ideal as it fits perfectly into the front of the 430N sound/navigation system in the dashboard of my Jeep JK Wrangler. It’s hardly noticeable. I also wanted a flash drive that did not have a LED as I feared that it would be too distracting while driving at night. I have been using it for just over seven months and could not be happier with it.
Elyssa Green (verified owner) –
Super small, but at only 4.7 MB/sec write speed it is among the slower USB drives. It takes about an hour to fill up all 15268 MBytes.