USB Flash drives are known for their portability, but the capacity has always been one thing that is found lacking. The largest USB Flash drive we have tested had a capacity of 64 GB, and we have tested just one such drive so far. Now, Kingston has sent us a USB Flash drive with a capacity that rivals portable hard drive capacities!
The Kingston DataTraveler 310 256 GB is the world's largest USB Flash drive. To give you some idea of the capacity, you can store 54 DVDs or the contents of 10 Blu-ray discs. And it is so expensive that you do not get it off the shelf, but have to place an order for it. To find out more about this elusive drive, read on.
The Flash drive comes in a nice transparent blister pack. A USB extension cable would have allowed you to plug it into a rear USB port, without the need to reach to the back of your PC, but unfortunately, this has not been provided with this drive.