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Submitted by TaqiTee 809d ago | news

Kingston Is Making Largest And Fastest 3.0 USB Of 1 TB

iTechBook.net: Kingston Is Making Largest And Fastest 3.0 USB Of 1 Tera Bite (PC hardware)

fatstarr  +   809d ago
Im very interested in this but a bit skeptical.
ive had flash drives fail on me...

I need testing and failure rates on this thing.

hopefully its at a pretty cheap price too.
Crazyglues  +   808d ago
1 TB ... that's going to be expensive
fatstarr  +   808d ago
well it seems like it would be under 200 hopefully. since you can pick up a 1tb drive for cheap.

then mass production and after awhile the cost will slip remember 32 gb flash drives were an arm and a leg and now you can get them for 16$.

2014 TB flash drives for 60$... can you say mini Nas boxes on the way? and by then it will be 2tb flash drives. of course there is still a high failure rate and not meant for securing things that you love... but its tempting.
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Rawaha  +   808d ago
prices will be pretty high for this i think so it will be near 1700 $
MilkMan  +   808d ago
Unless the technology has changed, flash drives are not meant for long term storage so i cant really see whats the use for a flash drive with such a huge capacity.
These things no matter how expensive are designed to eventually fail.
Rawaha  +   808d ago
yeah. for such huge storage external portable hard drive is best
ApolloTheBoss  +   808d ago
Must cost a damn fortune.
e-p-ayeaH  +   808d ago
In 5 years from now 1TB pen drives will be around 20-30$ hopefully..that´s crazy!
kingPoS  +   808d ago
I used to buy 250 zip discs over 32mb usb flash back in 03' Oh how the times change.

Zip what?... yeah I know right. facepalm lol
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