Heard of the $1000 thumb drive? Kingston‘s new DataTraveler 300 USB Flash drive is available now in the UK and Europe for about Â£566 or $924 and it carries a massive 256GB of storage capacity.
The new USB drive reads up to 20MBps and writes up to 10MBps of data, and comes with support for Windows Vistaâ€™s ReadyBoost feature.
Kingston said up to 90% of the drive’s content can be password protected and accessed because of the included new Password Traveler software.
A USB Flash drive that costs more than your average laptop cannot be purchased off the shelf yet; itâ€™s available only on order, and only in Europe as of now.