Storage big and small at Macworld 2010

Storage may not seem all that exciting, but we're always keen on the latest developments with hard drives, flash drives, and other devices. Here are a few storage devices that caught my eye at Macworld Expo. (You can also hear me and Chris Holt and Roman Loyola talk about some of these products in a special .)

Verbatim's Mary Renuart took me on a tour of the company's products that will be available in 30 to 45 days. The Titan XS portable drive, which claims is the world's smallest 2.5-inch portable drive, comes in 320GB, 500GB and 640GB capacities. (Our own Dan Frakes talks about the Titan XS in a .)

Verbatim also has a yet-to-be-named NAS product that looks a lot like a Mac mini. This small server comes with either a 1TB internal drive or without a hard drive mechanism, allowing you to add the drive of your choice. It features Gigabit Ethernet, eSATA and two USB 2.0 ports.

But the product that caught my eye was a miniature USB drive called the . These diminutive drives are available in three varieties: a $15 orange 2GB model, a $21 green 4GB model, and a $30 purple 8GB model.