9 Godzilla Size USB Flash Drives

As I blog on, I came across several Godzilla size USB flash drives which is in the size of 64GB, a size that is way larger than the common 4GB or 8GB flash drives that you’ll get them easily at the nearest IT store.

Well, Here is my personal collection of the Godzilla flash drives, and where you can get it if you have the money to spend:

1. Buslink’s Busdrive 64GB – The Most Expensive Godzilla Flash Drive

Bushlink Bushdrive - Large Storage comes with Highest Price ever

Buslink Busdrive - Large Storage comes with Highest Price ever

I can’t understand why this piece of gadget is so expensive. They might be the head leader for the first time to pushed up a 64GB flash drive. But that thousands of dollar worth is really way too high for anyone else. But if you purchase this stuff for yourself, you’d might be the only one who own it in this world! Well… may be that’s the value, who knows? 😉

Would you like to buy one? Seriously? Okay, you can find it out here.

2. Kanguru’s 64GB FlashBlu Flash Drive

Kanguru's 64GB Flash Drive

Kanguru

This flash drive is a little bit Old (2006). I remember the first time reading this would be at Gizmodo and it happened to make my jaw dropped with its pricing ($2,800).

Luckily, it seems Kanguru’s has a new pricing policy and you can actually have the 64GB size for $199.95 only. Follow this Kanguru Link to understand more.

3. Transcend Jetflash V2.0 64GB Flash Drive

Transcend JetFlash v20 USB Flash Drive with Whooping 64GB Storage

Transcend JetFlash v20 USB Flash Drive with Whooping 64GB Storage

This flash drive happened to be the hottest gadgets here in HardwareSphere. Okay, people might really love huge stuff, and Transcend Jetflash 64GB flash drive just come in time with the Godzilla size and remarkable cheap pricing!

You’ll be able to get find more information here. Is this one for you? if no, keep reading! 😉

4. Corsair Flash Voyager 64GB Flash Drive

Corsair Voyager 64GB USB drive

Corsair Voyager 64GB USB drive

Corsair has been well-grounded in PC RAM industry. Now they’ve spotted a seat in flash drive market and so they punched out a whopping 64GB size flash drive, try to rule over the Godzilla size flash drive market. Will they success? I don’t know.

I only care how much they have me to pay out to get one. And you guess what, their price is not necessarily the best. At $171 value, I certainly will go for Transcend. But for OC maniac and who’s comes to love Corsair product, they’ll sure to get it as the quality is top notch!

5. Kingston DataTraveler 150 64GB Flash Drive

Kingston Datatraveler 150 64GB USB drives

Kingston Datatraveler 150 64GB USB drives

Kingston DataTraveler 150 is the new line in their product list. I happened to covered the 32GB flash drive, but now they also provide the 64GB one. Out of all flash drive, Kingston DataTraveler 150 is the third cheapest. The retail price is about $129.99.

6. Super Talent Luxio USB Thumb Drive

Super Talent Luxio 64GB Flash Drive

Super Talent Luxio 64GB Flash Drive

Luxio is the second latest Flash drive product after the gold plated PICO-C mini flash drive. Basically it offers a good case design, especially the wooden pattern that’s pretty eyes-catching. But you won’t get it any cheaper than Kingston 150. The price is still at the same level as Corsair. You’ll get it at $149.

7. Patriot Xporter Magnum 64GB flash drive

Patriot Xporter Magnum Flash Drive

Patriot Xporter Magnum Flash Drive

Patriot comes with their Magnum 64GB flash drive tried to kill your frustration over the limited 8GB flash drive. Not only offering the Godzilla size storage, Patriot Magnum also boast the read speed as much as “210x” with compatible with Vista’s ReadyBoost.

The price is still undisclosed together with its availability. You might want to check for the detail specs here.

8. MeMe 64GB USB Drive

MeMe Flash Drive from Van Der Led

MeMe Flash Drive from Van Der Led

Believed to be the slimmest price of all 64GB USB drive. MeMe place on the level of $111 for the Huge capacity of 64GB. I can’t make sure of the quality, but $111 is certainly a huge “Shrunk” from the Whopping $5,000(Bushlink).

Unfortunately, this price is still not the cheapest right now and MeMe is currently out of stock which make me going further into the search for the cheapest one…

9. Sony Micro Vault 64GB – Cheapest Godzilla Flash Drive!

Sony Micro Vault 64GB Thumb Drive

Sony Micro Vault 64GB Thumb Drive

Yep, I’ve finally found it! Sony score 5 stars for the price. But still, I can’t make sure of the quality. I never found SONY product that sell cheaper than any other product brand. So I’m kinda feeling tricked or something. Is it the real Sony or just a fake product, I’m not sure.

Amazon sold it for only $75, If you believe in Amazon, then you can get one or two from them! :)

Okay, that’s what I have. Do you have more stuff to share? More Godzilla Size flash drive that I’ve missed? If so, please comment below. Will really appreciate your help! 😉

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6 comments… add one
  • Frik

    That “Sony” is definitely NOT a Sony product. That casing is the same casing I’ve seen on countless piece-o-trash generic drives. It’s unreliable, cheap, and flimsy.

    • I guess so. Real Sony product won’t be that cheap selling on Amazon. Thanks for your good information Frik! Really helpful for reader who is lucky enough to come across this post.

  • I know Digg will probably stone me for this, but why the hell do you need 64 gigs on your keychain?

  • Jake

    “I know Digg will probably stone me for this, but why the hell do you need 64 gigs on your keychain?”

    Don’t be a dumbass. Can you really not think of any type of person that would need a large amount of data storage on a flash drive? A video editor perhaps?

    And who the hell says it has to be on your keychain? These flash drives are just convienient devices for sharing potentially large amounts of data, keychain or no keychain. Someone could need to transfer or backup all their computer’s files to the 64 GB flash drive and transfer them to another computer.

    But then you come out–without thinking I might add–with this bullshit mumbo jumbo about “WHY DO YOU NEED 64 GB ON THAT THER KEY CHAIN???@!” STFU you moron.

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