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Moore's Law rocks and keeps on
rocking! Simply stated, it generally runs that the amount of awesome in
your computer and other digital devices will double every two years.
Just consider how the iPod has improved since it arrived in 5 and 10 GB
models in 2001.
According to Electronista, Kingston Technology, makers of memory products for computers, is bringing their 256GB flash drive to the United States. In two years, we fully expect to able to carry around half a terrabyte in our pockets.
310 comes replete with password protection as well as a turbo fast
25MBps read speed and 12MBps write speed. The 310 is the American
version of the 300 which previously only sold in the Far East, Europe,
Middle East, and Africa, according to the company's website. The 310
also shows improvements in its read and write speeds over its
Of course, such speed and power come with a price. As of this writing, Kingston plans to charge a pretty penny for such pint-sized power. Right now, you're looking at shelling out a whopping $1,108 whenever they get around to releasing it. It's a good thing that Moore's Law also has a downward effect on prices.