World’s Largest USB Stick: Kingston 128GB DataTraveler
The last time GetUSB.info did a post about the largest USB stick it was for the 64GB Transcend flash drive. That little guy retailed at near $200, but that was also back in September of 2008.
Two days ago, Kingston released their 128GB USB flash drive. The Kingstong DataTraveler 200 is “now” the largest USB stick in the market. 128GBs.
This guy retails for $546. That is a very expensive drive when you compare it to the Western Digital Passports where Terabytes are under $300…but you can’t put a price tag on portability. Or can you?
There are no special features nor auto-backup software included in the bundle, just a simple drive with a ginormous capacity, a sliding cap, and password utility for extra security. Strangely enough, Kingston will only sell the 128GB version as a made to order process. Go figure.
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