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Imation Touts Smallest Drive

Imation's smallest, swivel cap USB flash drive is now available in the US

OAKDALE, Minn. -- Imation Corp. (NYSE:IMN), a worldwide leader in removable data storage, today introduced in the United States its smallest, never-lose swivel cap USB flash drive, the Imation Nano Flash Drive. Combining a professional design with the performance and storage capacity needed to easily manage and transfer digital files, the drive offers security features, Windows(R) Vista ReadyBoost compatibility, recyclable packaging, and up to 8GB of storage capacity in a durable yet lightweight design.

Featuring the smallest form factor among Imation's swivel flash drives, the Nano flash Drive measures less than 1.75 inches long and half an inch wide, and weighs less than an ounce. The compact design provides a convenient and simple way for mobile consumers and business professionals to access and transport digital files such as presentations, email, audio and video even in tight spaces like airplanes. The 360-degree rotating, never-lose swivel cap protects the USB connector and data stored on the drive from loss. Further, Imation's environmentally-friendly Nano Flash Drive package is made from 100 percent recyclable paperboard.

"USB flash drives continue to be a mainstay for business on the go, and the Imation Nano Flash Drive delivers the features mobile consumers need to stay productive," said Keith Schwartz, director, North America sales and marketing, Imation Corp. "Imation also makes its mark with the Nano Flash Drive's environmentally-friendly recyclable package."

Imation Corp.

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