Kingston bumps thumbdrive capacities to 64GB

Damn, these things are getting out of control! There’s not much to say on this front other than this little drive holds sixteen times the data my little HyperX DataTraveler does. At this point one has to ask, who needs a 64GB thumbdrive?! Actually, having spacious, pocketable drives around is very handy: I back up a lot of video footage and just to be redundant I put a copy on any flash drive I have about as well.

The 64GB version will be pricey if you want to get your Dad one as a gift — $177 to be precise. A 32GB version is available for $116.