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Kingston DataTraveler Elite 3.0 Pictured


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Kingston showed off the DataTraveler Elite 3.0, a mainstream USB 3.0 flash drive, at CeBIT. Available in 16 GB, 32 GB, and 64 GB capacity options, these drives feature a capless "slide out" form-factor, where the USB 3.0 type-A connector slides out of the main body. Kingston's booth had a PC with CrystalDiskMark performance results of the three models. The 16 GB and 32 GB models scored about 80 MB/s reads with 39.5 MB/s writes; while the 64 GB model scored 85 MB/s reads with 65 MB/s writes.

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But whats the PRICE?

How MUCH MeLikies is calculated thusly : (Capacity*Speed)/Price

Now in this equation one can clearly see that the total value of MeLikies is exponentially diminished as price increases, and thus it is arguably the most important information, even more so than speed or capacity.

But there is no price?!