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No point. It is pretty low capacity and not as convenient as an SD card that you can pop out and use in a PC with an adapter.

It is essentially EEPROM without the low number of write cycles. So you *could* use it in a peensy device (not a ducky as that has no suitable I/O), but exactly why you would want to when it has low storage capacity and disk access isn't a bottleneck I don't know.

There could be some corner cases where you would want to use it, such as when the built in microcontroller EEPROM is too small and you want to store a payload or something without adding an SD card - but typically in that case I'd use an external EEPROM as they are cheap as chips

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