Kingston Unleashes Monsterous 128GB USB Flash Drive Stephen Fung June 17, 2009 Press Release I own a few USB drives. In fact, I have one of these fancy CORSAIR Survivor Series Drives that weigh in at 32GB’s (and that can survive being run over by my car not once…but twice). Have I ever needed 32GBs of storage? Have I even come close to filling it? Hell no! But I have to admit that when everyone is doing the “my flash drive is cooler than yours” shuffle, I can always say that I’ve runover it with a car. Well, Kingston Technology have come up with something even more impressive to talk about. During COMPUTEX this year, the folks with the Red Head Dude for the mascot unleashed a monsterous 128GB USB flash drive. No, this is not one of those lame credit card looking drives with the USB tail that snaps off. It’s a genuine, bonanfided, USB Flash Drive in the same shell that all their other USB flash drives sit in. In other words, it’s an oxymoron: big and small. Known as the Datatraveller 200, the 128GB little giant features a capless design to protect the USB connector when not in use and will come in sizes starting at the now smurf like 32GB size. It will also support Readyboost on Vista systems which means that the drive isn’t a bad performer either, although likely not the fastest drive on the block. The drives will come in a choice of black or yellow (with the exception of the 128GB unit which will come only in black) and will set you back $120 for the 32GB model, $213 for the 64GB model and a whopping $546 for the winner of the my USB drive is bigger than your USB drive contest. All of the drives will feature Kingston’s five year warranty and should be rolling out to retailers and etailers shortly. Share This With The World!