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Artikel-Schlagworte: „DataTraveler“

Grösster USB Stick der Welt

Und es geht noch grösser

Kingston DataTraveler - grösster USB Stick der Welt - Quelle: Amazon.com

Kingston DataTraveler – grösster USB Stick der Welt – Quelle: Amazon.com

Mittlerweile haben die USB-Sticks grösseren erreicht welche noch bis vor kurzem Festplatten vorenthalten waren. Doch vermutlich machen die Verkaufszahlen und der damit zusammenhängende Fortschritt in der SSD Technik die USB Sticks möglich.

In einem älteren Artikel von 2010 gab es den DataTraveler mit 256 GB für unglaubliche 680€. Mittlerweile wird dieser nicht mehr angeboten da eine andere Modellreihe diese „gängigen grössen“ abgelösst haben.

Heute bekommt man von Kingston einen 256GB Stick bereits schon für 111€ über Amazon.

Mittlerweile sind wir im TeraByte Bereich angelangt. Der grösste Stick fasst 2TB und kostet auf Amazon.com stolze 1’409$. Das macht beim aktuellen Kurs 1’161€.

Grösster USB-Stick der Welt

 

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