128GB’s on your keychain

128gbflashEDGE’s mega high-capacity 128GB DiskGO Flash Drive can store approximately 85,000 photos, 128 hours of video, 32,000 MP3s, or 1,280,000 documents. The drive is housed in a rugged aluminum casing that provides protection against wear and tear. It includes CryptArchiver Lite encryption software, a trial version of CryptArchiver which allows users to encrypt up to 25MB of data using 128-bit AES encryption. The full version of CryptArchiver is available for purchase on EDGE’s site and encrypts up to 32GB, and exceeds the U.S. government standard for encryption strength and allows users to choose which cipher method they prefer: 256-bit AES or 448-bit Blowfish encryption. The 128GB DiskGO is available for pre order today and will ship on 7/31. The price is a staggering $389.95. But hey, shipping is free! ;)

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  • Larry June 16, 2009, 7:10 pm

    I think I’ll wait a year when they’re going for $19.95
    :)

  • James Branch June 22, 2009, 4:54 am

    Wow…. 128Gb is a staggering amount of data, especially for a USB stick! I must admit, I don’t use up copious amounts of data on my USB sticks, probably less than 10Gb to be honest. Most of my data is held on a couple of 1TB external drives, but I think if you’re travelling and need a lightweight method of carrying lots of data, this is definitely the best way! :)

    The price kinda puts me off a little though! Larry is right… maybe in a year or so, when the price is a little lower, I may re-consider getting one.

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