About a year ago, we took a look at the Leef Surge, which is pretty much the smallest USB flash drive ever. I mean, I guess there might be some smaller, maybe, but we’d be splitting hairs at that point. Anyway, the Surge is still around and smaller than a wireless mouse dongle, but it’s looking a lot more shiny these days.
At CES 2015, we got to see the new copper edition of the Surge. It’s shiny, it houses up to 64 GB of flash memory, and if you get tired of it, I guess you can probably take it to the recycling plant and get a few cents for it or something. I don’t know how much copper is going for these days.
But, you probably won’t get tired of it, because it looks pretty sweet. In the deathmatch of USB drives, the Surge definitely isn’t going to come out on the bottom. The Leef Surge is available in 16 GB, 32 GB, and 64 GB capacities for $13, $23, and $43, respectively. You can also get it in black or white and save a few bucks, but where’s the fun in that?