While most companies seem content with pushing out USB memory sticks that look exactly like the ones that came before them (long, rectangular, boring, devoid of personality), Lacie continues to push the envelope of what a USB drive can be. Their latest miniature storage solution is the PetiteKey, an even smaller version of their original Imakey design from way back when. The key shaped design is both waterproof and scratch resistant, and it utilizes AES 256-bit data encryption so you can keep your documents safe from deranged exes, trained Communist spies, nosey friends, or anyone else who might want to take a look at your data. The PetiteKey also makes use of Wuala cloud storage, allowing you to access and share your things anywhere you are in the world.
The PetiteKey is available now in 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB sizes at Lacie’s online store for $14.99 USD, $22.99 USD and $39.99 USD, respectively.
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