Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Largest capacity flash drive belongs to Kingston at 128GB

Kingston recently rolled out a flash drive with what is now has the largest capacity at 128GB. The new DataTraveler 200 comes in 32GB, 64Gb and a whopping 128GB.

Kingston Data Traveler 200

I remember owning my first flash drive that can only accommodate a measly 64MB and I’m already satisfied with my current 4GB flash drive. But 128GB?? That’s more than our external hard drive which only has 80GB.

It’s big alright but I doubt people will rush into buying one when they find out that it costs a hefty $546! Let’s see, at that cost I could buy a netbook or a 1TB external hard drive or even a DSLR. Better wait for the price to go down which should happen in just a few months.

6 comments:

Mys said...

I will wait and wait and wait. wow, 1 tb external hard drive - I think I read somewhere that Jessica Zafra got a one tb dirt cheap at a gadget expo. either 9k or 19k. I lost track of how much.

jane said...

Are you interested in link exchange?? Let me know..

Calvin said...

@mys

1TB external drives are readily available now and it costs less than 10k but i don't need that many a space. imagine if the whole thing crash. Ugh.

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128 Gig! this is insane! where can i get one???

czaroma said...

Interesting! 128G is good enough for me, but it is too pricey!

Mys said...

@ calvin, the secret would be partition, partition, partition. hahaha.

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