America's First 256GB Flash Drive: Kingston's DataTraveler 310

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MµDiyéh

Consumer Suggested Retail Price, or Prosumer Suggested Retail Price? They compete with existing internal 2.5" SSDs as well as approaching SDXCs. Anywhere from 1GB:$1 to $1GB:$4, depends on the target.

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KyleG

If not that sucks!

Its already super overkill but it would be nice to have one on my intel dp55kg extreme series motherboard's internal usb port lol 

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SininStyle

Hunny ! Have you seen my USB stick? You havent done the laundry yet have you?  Wonder if house insurence would cover a thousand dollard USB stick.....

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spRICE

Aren't SSDs cheaper and faster?

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CloudRider

If not a wee bit less portable, external enclosures notwithstanding.

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w2ed

I think it'd be better to wait a couple of years, hope some crackheaded company makes a motherboard that usease internal USB for storage, then get one of these at $30-$50 a pop.  Then it might be a little more reasonable.

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reutnes

This is more storage than my computer's hard drive.

I guess it's time for an upgrade... 

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CloudRider

I have a 300GB drive just sitting here on my desk doing nothing...I'll sell it for $20 :D

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Dexter243

Nutcracklng snack

well i was thinking the same 

id shop for one at $1 a gig and ill gladley wate a year for it to reach that price 

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cronjob

A cost of $1 per Gig, speed, water proof (washer and dryer proof) and 256 bit encryption in case I lose it.  Not to mention an adjustable lanyard made out of kevlar.

 

That should pretty much cover everthing.

 

 

 

 

 

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