Unfortunately they also don’t come much more expensive. Kingston is charging about $546 for the 128GB drive. Fortunately it also comes in 32GB and 64GB flavors, for about $120and $213 respectively.Yeah, maybe you should just upgrade to a newer model. On the other hand, how long do you figure it’ll take before hackers start disassembling these drives and cramming them inside netbooks to supply permanent additional storage capacity?
The drives come with five year warranties and support for Windows Vista ReadyBoost technology.
Update: It looks like EDGE is also offering a 128GB USB flash drive, for the moderately more affordable price of $389.95.