Kingston has just debuted three USB 3.0 flash drives. Available in 16GB ($89), 32GB ($138), and 64GB (a hefty $270) models, the flash drives can attain write speeds of 60MB/sec and read speeds of 80MB/sec. [PR Newswire via Crunchgear]
I bought a 16GB flash drive in Japan about a year and a half ago for only $30. Why would a USB 3.0 version cost $60 extra?