Kingston Technology has announced a new high-capacity 32GB USB drive, the DataTraveler 150.
The drive comes with a five-year warranty and retails for US$139. That works out to US$4.34 per gigabyte.
The DataTraveler 150 is compatible with Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Mac OS X 10.3 and above, and Linux 2.6 and above, according to the company.
"As file sizes increase -- especially with content such as music and photos -- the need for small form-factor storage drives with high capacities will continue to go up," Mark Akoubian, Kingston's flash products business manager, said in a statement.