Iomega's Mini USB DriveKeychain USB flash drives have been getting plenty of attention lately, what with Dell announcing that they were dropping floppy drives in favor of giving customers keychain drives instead. There are dozens and dozens of them on the market, in all sorts of shapes (and mainly one size: small), but Iomega, that storage company that's seems to always be just one step away from irrelevance, has come out with its own keychain USB flash drive. ZDNet says it manages to stay slightly ahead of the pack with its sleek styling, integrated security features, and the ability to run software programs that are loaded onto the drive itself.