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I thought why not enlist some hottest flash drives for your convenience that will enrich your data travelling experience.
Kingston is well known all over the world due to flash drives. HyperX supports 3.0 tech and comes in fancy black and blue color. This rubberized designed USB drive has stunning data speed of 225MB/s and 135MB/s read and write. Make sure you plug it to relevant port for max speed experience. HyperX comes in 64GB and 256GB is also rumored. Buy it here.
ADATA’s S-107 is a predecessor of S-007 and it supports 3.0. The storage capacity of ADATA S-107 is 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB. It comes in two colors: Red and Blue. The data speed recorded is not among the fastest available in the market but still has the speed of up to 100MB/s read. Buy it here.
This is a really SuperSpeed flash drive in the market with 300MB/s speed. It comes in 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB, and has a very sleek design. RAID Drive has an LED light to indicate the status. Buy it here.
Edge diskGo is another 3.0 supported USB data traveler that has built in file protection software. It is available in three storage capacities: 8GB, 16GB, 32GB. DiskGo’s data speed capability is up to 100MB/s. Buy it here.
This USB abridges the gap between a traditional flash drive and a modern data traveler since it comes with 120GB storage space. This solid looking LaCie FastKey flash drive has the data speed of over 100MB/s. Buy LaCie here.
Update: Check out our list of best USB Flash drives for 2013.