The Mini-Kart from OCZ is an extremely small USB 2.0 flash drive that is about the size of a quarter. Measuring 43 mm long, 19 mm wide, and a mere 2.8 mm thick the Mini-Kart raises the bar for micro drives. Available in 512 MB, 1GB, and 2GB capacities, you can use this drive to store all of your crucial data so that you can access your "desktop" wherever you go. The small size makes this drive easier to plug into available USB slots that bulkier drives sometimes have difficulty fitting in to.
techPowerUp! has done a good job benchmarking this drive and its performance is perhaps mediocre; it achieves a 10 MB/s read transfer rate and a 60 ms random access time. Compare this to the ThermalTake Muse drive that achieve a 26.8 MB/s transfer rate and a much quicker 14 ms random access time. This may not be that relevant to you; it depends on your particular requirements. What's more important speed or size?
Comes with a lanyard to attach to your key ring, features a blue LED status light, and comes in a small plastic case similar to SD flash cards.