So much for 50 cents a gigabyte
Subject: Storage | October 24, 2006 - 01:22 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Kanguru 32GB Flash Max Drive is USB 2.0, 17 grams, and not that much larger than a normal thumbdrive. Other than that it's resemblance ends, it holds 32Gbs, but I do find myself siding with CoolTechZone, who is going to pay that much for a flash drive?
"Ouch! You know, it's pretty exciting to finally see a 32GB flash drive, but the price tag is totally crazy. Seriously, who are they
kidding? And who in their mind would pay $1499.99 for a 32GB flash drive?"
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