Slim Data USB cards are thin enough to fit in your wallet’s credit card slot, yet offer 4GB of storage. They measure 3.4- x 2.1 x 0.11-inches and come in clear, gray, orange, red, or blue. When you need to use one, you simply fold the top up to reveal the USB 2.0 port, then plug in into your computer. They work with Windows, Macintosh, and Linux computers. And if you’re in marketing, Slim Data card can be custom printed for larger orders.
While the press release promised 1GB and 4GB capacities, I see only the 4GB model on the site. It sells for $27.99.
Put all your charts in your wallet
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