At Display Taiwan, a flat panel display expo, Transcend and Taiwan's ITRI showed off a small USB 3.0 flash drive, smaller and thinner than an average human thumb, which sports 2 terabytes of storage space. Currently dubbed the "Thin Card," the flash drive is slightly thicker than a penny, and comes in models ranging from a minimum of 16 gigabytes to a maximum of 2 terabytes.
A company representative said other details, including price and a product listing on the company's website, hasn't been made available because USB 3.0 hasn't yet become an international standard. Once USB 3.0 becomes an international standard, the flash drive will be pushed to the market, expected to hit Taiwan before it releases in other territories. Head on past the break to see a video of the Thin Card.Read More