That 256GB Kingston Datatraveller USB thumbdrive we saw the other day? It’ll set you back $1,299. Availability is apparently “built by request”, so you need to be really sure about your purchase before you drop big ones on it… [Kingston]
I’m tired of uninspired flash drive designs. So it’s filled with beer eh? Not interested. These mini MPC 2000XL and SP1200 flash drives are really where it’s at.
This is a 2GB flash drive shaped like a tiny, ancient mobile phone. Stub antenna and everything. It costs $US10, and probably appeals only to collectors of things small, miniature and solid-state. [Product Page via ChipChick]