Kingston pushes the limits of “flash drives” with the DataTraveler Ultimate GT, a shock-resistant USB 3.0 drive with either 1TB or 2TB of storage capacity. It’ll be available 2/2016 for what will surely be an unholy price.
Like its predecessor, the Wireless Stick lets you transfer files to and from iOS and Android devices. It can also stream music or videos to up to 3 devices at once, and lasts up 4.5h per charge. Comes in 16GB, 32GB, 64GB and 128GB.
The VisionTek 900718 houses a desktop-caliber SSD in a durable aluminum housing. It’s USB 2.0-compatible and can get up to 455MB/s read and 440MB/s write speed when used with a USB 3.0 port. Available in 120GB and 240GB.
A 16GB to 256GB flash drive with USB 2.0 and Lightning connectors. Its curved shape makes it easy to hold your device while it’s connected. Its app has a file manager and a media player. Leef has the Bridge 3.0 for Android users.
Despite its tacky name, the iStick provides much needed storage for iOS device users. Its a USB drive with an integrated Lightning connector to transfer files directly to and from your device. Available in 8GB to 128GB variants.
The Wireless Flash Drive lets you transfer files and stream media to multiple mobile devices or computers without the need for an Internet connection. It’s the same size as a normal flash drive and lasts up to 4 hours per charge.
Queens of the Stone Age is releasing their latest album on an 8GB flash drive that’s also a bottle opener. It also includes freebies like photos and music videos. They even made a cheesy infomercial starring SNL’s Fred Armisen.