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26 April 2006
Kanguru Flash - 64GB Storage
Kanguru Solutions in Millis, Mass. unleashed the Kanguru Flash Drive Max in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB versions. The storage capacity isn't the only thing oversized about these drives. They're priced at $800 (16GB), $1,500 (32GB) and $2,800 (64GB). Aside from the whopping amounts of storage, the Flash Drive Max sports NAND flash memory, USB 2.0, 9MB/sec. read and 5MB/sec. write speeds and a write-protect lock. It works with Windows 98 Second Edition and higher, Mac OS 8.6 and higher, and Linux kernel 2.4.1 and higher. Source: Computer World But what would you do with such huge storage!? Marian Prokop has some suggestions, based on how she has been using her 1GB unit for the last couple of years. Tags: Computers, Gadgets, Gr33n Data