Transcend introduced the ESD200, its latest portable solid state drive (SSD) featuring the SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface. When connected to a USB 3.0 port, the ESD200 boasts incredible transfer speeds of up to 260MB/s read and 225MB/s write; fast enough to transfer a full 4.7GB DVD movie in just 15 seconds. Also backwards compatible with USB 2.0, the ESD200 ensures that users will be able to move files between computers that do not support SuperSpeed USB 3.0.
Perfect for everyday portability, this credit card sized SSD includes a handy travel pouch to protect the drive’s sleek outer case against scratches during transport. Transcend’s new ESD200 Solid State Drive is now available for approximately $239 for the 128GB model and US$429 for the 256GB model.
Why can't they just stick with the formula of $1 per gigabytes?