USB 3.0 is the future, kids. At least that’s what we’re to believe anyway and Kingston apparently believes that as well because the firm just outed a USB 3.0 flash drive. This hard drive on a stick comes in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB flavors, each capable of seeing 60Mbps write and 80Mbps read speeds. As you’d expect, these flash drives aren’t cheap, but the future rarely is. Nope, the 16GB runs $89, the 32GB $138 and the 64GB breaks the bank at $270. Try justify that purchase to the wife.
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