USB flash drive capacity has come a long way in a very short space of time. It was merely a couple of years ago that a 32GB memory stick was deemed groundbreaking. Taking storage capability to dizzying heights is the new DataTraveler 200 series from Kingston Technology, featuring the world’s first 128GB capacity flash drive.
No stranger to Flash drive innovation, Kingston Technology has narrowly managed to release its 128GB USB drive ahead of several competitors.
The mammoth 128GB USB Flash drives are accompanied in the DT200 series by 32GB and 64GB models, and all feature password protection to safeguard the enormous amount of data being carried from one place to the other.
The 3” long drives feature a cap-less sliding design and rugged casing to protect the USB connector and to enhance the transfer rate, Windows ReadyBoost technology is once again supported.
Kinston's 128GB models are built to order only, and will set you back USD$546, with the 32GB and 64GB priced at $120 and $213 respectively. And to think, it wasn’t so long ago that even a 4GB USB Flash drive cost a few hundred dollars.