Who knew that only a few years back, 1GB thumbdrives were all the rage? Remember when you didn’t let that sucker out of your sight because it cost you 2 arms and half a foot? If you had broken the 1GB barrier, you were either very rich or just very well hooked up. Nowadays, thumbdrives in the 4GB range are regarded as “disposable” and easily found for cheap. Perhaps one of the bigger names in portable memory, Apacer have upgraded their top of the range thumbdrives to an eye popping 128GB with a read speed of 180MB/s and 70MB/s write over USB3.0 and in a nutshell, that means transferring a 2 hour long HD movie in just 30 seconds.
Coming in at capacity of 32GB all the way up to the massive 128GB behemoth, the Apacer AH522 can read and write USB2.0 at 30MB/s and 25MB/s respectively as well. No word on the price, but safe to say, pop by your nearest IT mall and they should have it in stock.