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Season for Storage: Kingston 64 GB USB Drives

As USB drives grew from megabytes to a couple of gigabytes in size, they became more than a handy data transfer medium -- they became serious storage for carrying around large collections of materials and doing backups.

But now that we're seeing 32 GB SD memory cards (see previous post), USB drives are expanding further, and at ridiculously low prices.

The Kingston DataTraveler 150 USB drive is now shipping with 32 GB for $117, and with a gignormous 64 GB for $177 -- conveniently in holiday red coloring.

Again, shop around for the best pricing -- as I write this, Amazon sellers have the DT150 32 GB for $84, and 64 GB for $126.

So now there's no excuse for not backing up your stuff!

See my Portable Storage Gallery for more on storage formats and devices.

    Find Kingston DataTraveler 150 USB drive on Amazon.com

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This entry posted on December 2, 2008.

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