New High Capacity USB May be Out of Your Price Range

Today, Kingston has debuted the first 256GB flash drive. No surprise, but it's retailing for about $1000. The device, measuring 70.7 x 16.9 x 22mm heightens flash drive storage to the capacity would associate with a laptop hard disk. Kingston boasts that the drive is "ideal for netbook users who want to extend the limited capacity of their machines", but given the devices' exorbitant cost - about twice as much as a netbook- consumers might be better served purchasing two of the relatively cheap ultraportables. The drive itself sports newer, cap-less design in which the retractable USB connector is protected when the device isn't in use. Courtesy of

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