If your memory won’t serve you right, Kingston and DiskGo has almost debuts their 128GB USB flash drives at the same time making a quick rivalry on the market. Kingston making the edge by doubling the size with 256GB, it can fit approximately 10 Blu-ray movies and impressively 20MB/s read and 10MB/s write speeds.
If you will imagine, this stick-like device would be just hanging on along with your keychain putting as much storage as a regular bulky external drive.
The new DataTraveler 300 supports both PCs and Macs; fortunate for Windows users they can harness added security with the supported password software. The drive is now available in UK with equivalent $900, with uncertain release in the US.
Gizmodo.au reports that the Kingston DataTraveler 300 is priced at $1,299 on a made to order deal. For those people that have no rooms for their money maybe you can grab this one, but thinking wisely this price will be worth of a powerful laptop with larger hard drive capacity or even a keen DSLR.