We’re not sure if it’s actually correct or an error given just how low that price is but it looks legit enough. You can find more at the site.
The drive claims maximum read/write speeds of 20/14MBps and is USB2.0HighSpeed.
The deal was available for another 13 hours at time of this story’s publication.
There is a $10 postage fee so it’s really $35 but still, we wonder how long it will last.
[UPDATE #2: Kingston's Australia PR tells us that the DT310 drive was originally launched in May 2010 at a price of $1200. Today, it's current price is around $800. The PR representative said he could not comment on the Todayzdeal offering.]
[UPDATE: While we have not confirmed with Todayzdeals the legitimacy of this deal, fake 256GB Kingston USB flash drives have been flooding the web since June last year according to FakeFlashNews, which reported that 256GB Data Traveller DT310 drives were being sold on eBay for similar prices. As a result, we would suggest caution purchasing any DT310 drive that is substantially below the current Kingston average selling price. We are checking with Kingston's Australian PR on this and we'll update you as soon as we get an answer. In the meantime, the genuine drive direct from Kingston's US website is priced at $756.]