So what else is out there?
NewEgg.com has a CENTEON 8GB flash drive for $10. They also sell the OCZ Diesel 16GB for $23.50, and the A-DATA 32GB for $55. They're selling the Kingston DataTraveler 150 for $123, and you get 64GB of memory with that one.
J&R Electronics sells a Dane-Elec 8GB for $13. It's not as physically diminutive as the Pico-C, but it's cheaper for the same storage. They also have the Kingston DataTraveler but for $110.
For negligibly more, A11 Devices is selling a Lenovo 16GB model for $14. I've never heard of this company and I can't find any reputable online business rating for them, whereas I've had positive experiences with NewEgg and J&R.
So, for eight gigabytes:
- NewEgg's CENTEON - $10
- Amazon's used Ativa - $10
- J&R's Dane-Elec - $13
- SuperMediaStore's A-DATA - $16
- ThinkGeek's Pico-C - $30
- NewEgg: $17
- SuperBiiz: $17.50
- SuperBuy365: $19.50
- CompuMusic: $19.75
- TigerDirect: $25 (three for $65)
- ThinkGeek: $30
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