SanDisk seems to be making a point of cramming enormous amounts of storage into impressively tiny form factors. We saw a 200GB microSD card from the flash storage maker a couple months ago, and the trend continues with the 128GB Ultra Fit USB 3.0 flash drive released today at Computex. The Ultra Fit packs all of those bits into a device barely larger than a Type-A USB plug. Behold the 64GB version:
The 128GB model is rated for read speeds up to 130MB/s. SanDisk doesn't detail the peak write speed, which is likely much slower.
Lower-capacity versions of the Ultra Fit are already available online, and the 128GB unit should join them soon. The drive has a suggested retail price of $119.99, more than 4X the going rate for the 64GB version.
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