Kanguru debuts 64GB Flash thumbdrive

Kanguru has debuted their new Large Capacity USB 2.0 Flash Drive with up to 64GB in a single flash drive. Set in a rugged aluminum housing, the Kanguru Flash Drive Max can be counted on to hold huge amounts of data and withstand the rigors of transporting it around. Slightly larger than a stick of gum, this unit packs a phenomenal amount of solid state storage into a small form factor. It operates on Windows, Mac and Linux, most without any device drivers.

Key features include:
• Store up to 64GB
• Rugged and lightweight design, weighs only 18 g, 25mm x 92mm x 15mm
• High Strength Aluminum housing
• High speed USB2.0 (480mbps)
• Uses Top Grade Flash Memory, 10 year data retention
• Backwards compatible with USB1.1 ports
• Plug and Play!
• Includes USB Extension Cable
• Works with Windows, Macintosh and Linux

The Kanguru Flash Drive Max 16GB retails for US$799.95, the 32GB model for $1,499.95, and the 64GB version can be yours for just $2,799.95.

More info here.

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  1. Even though the price is high, this is still pretty amazing. In a year or two the decimal point in the price will move one place to the left, and in a few years after that, maybe one more place to the left. Can you imagine a laptop with two of these in it? This is really amazing.

  2. 1 60GB iPod costs less than $900.00, why would I buy one of these? Not positive, but if you look at the r/w specs for these flash drive, or any flash drive, they’re not much, if any, faster than a fast FW drive.


    But I definitely love the idea of no moving parts, but the cost just doesn’t weigh in.

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