PNY Attaché Evolutive takes storage micro
The Napoleon complex is a type of inferiority complex which is said to affect some people who are short in stature. It is, of course, named after the French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte who reportedly only stood 5 foot 6 inches tall.
But there's no French inferiority complexes evident with Bordeaux-based PNY's latest storage solution - the Attaché Evolutive USB key.
We've seen diddy USB keys before, of course - Verbatim Store 'n' Go Netbook USB drive is a tiny but massive example - but we like PNY's effort because it incorporates a handy feature; it double up as a microSD adapter.
In fact, the storage is all based on the teeny SD card variety - so you can even upgrade your Attaché Evolutive's storage simply by popping a new card in.
The transfer speeds are pretty good too - the PNY Attaché Evolutive comes packing a PNY microSDHC card, offering data transfer with optimised writing speeds of up to 12MB/s and a reading speed of up to 19MB/s.
Available soon via Play.com, there are three versions available. 4GB costs £9.99, 8GB is £16.99 and 16GB is £32.99.
So remember chaps, small doesn't always mean bad.