One of the things it's been really amazing to see is the amount of storage companies are packing into increasingly-tiny flash drives.
The latest from Sandisk are no exception.
The company's most impressive latest device is the Cruzer Glide (pictured), a flash drive that maxes out at a mind-boggling 128GB . And, no -- it's not cheap: The 128GB version of the drive will run for $249 when it becomes available in the third quarter of this year. Sandisk says this is the highest capacity Flash drive it offers, though, sadly, its only available with USB 2.0.
Alongside the Glide, Sandisk also announced the Extreme, a USB 3.0-ready drive, which maxes out at 64GB for $159. Also announced were the stainless steel-encased, Cruzer Facet, and the "young urban user"-focused Cruzer Pop, which comes in a variety of colors.
Basically, there's a particular for everyone, from the storage-focused to the speed-inclined.