SanDisk Cruzer Mini

Despite its name, the SanDisk Cruzer Mini isn't really mini; instead, we'd call it more average sized, as it is no smaller than OCZ's Rally drive, nor is it any smaller than Kingston's DataTraveler II drives (although it is a bit thinner). There is some justification for the name, as the Cruzer Mini is quite well proportioned - it isn't too thick, it isn't too long, it's not too thin and not too short. In other words, it's pretty much the right size for a normal USB flash drive.

The Mini comes with a lanyard like the Micro, but it doesn't have any exchangeable cases, although it does come with three caps: one clear, one green and one blue.

The Mini ships with the same software as the Micro.

 SanDisk Cruzer Mini
Sizes Available 128MB - 4GB
Lanyard Included Yes
USB Extension Cable Included No
Data Encryption No
Password Protection Yes (Windows Only)
Secure + Public Partitions Simultaneously Accessible No
Flash Controller SanDisk
Flash Memory Samsung K9F2G08U0M
Warranty 2 years

SanDisk Cruzer Micro with Skins SanDisk Cruzer Titanium


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  • Pete84 - Tuesday, October 04, 2005 - link

    Bummer, OCZ's dual channel USB stick didn't get in. Reply
  • jkostans - Tuesday, October 04, 2005 - link

    Someone didn't read the article...... Reply
  • SpaceRanger - Tuesday, October 04, 2005 - link

    Are USB drives able to be made Bootable?? I know that systems can recognize USB Floppy Drives, and boot from those, but I was wondering if you could take a USB Flash Drive and make it a bootable device. Reply
  • Phantronius - Tuesday, October 04, 2005 - link

    depending on the flash drive and the motherboard BIOS, yes you can do it. Reply
  • Phantronius - Tuesday, October 04, 2005 - link


    I love my OEM made from some pretty lady in china USB 2.0 stick, its saved my ass so many times for my work, especially in data reterival and spyware removal.
  • Souka - Tuesday, October 04, 2005 - link

    I've had the Memina Rocket for a couple months now....before they even announced it (thanks to NewEgg)....write spead defintly kinda bite with small files especially, but usually I put drivers and stuff there once, then read mutliple its a good match for me.

    PQI's I got over a year ago, and completely made everyone jealous.... for once, mem were bragging theirs is smaller than someone else's. :D

    I still use a SanDisk Titanium.....only a 512mb module, but still works well.

  • Souka - Wednesday, October 05, 2005 - link


    meant to say...

    PQI's I got over a year ago for my office, and completely made everyone jealous.... for once, men were bragging theirs was smaller!! :D

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