[citation][nom]yjagota[/nom]I was just wondering, is it possible to make eSata pendrives? If that would be possible, it will be really awesome![/citation]
Well some people have created a scsi enclosure for a bunch of these flash drives. So, give that an eSATA interface and there you go.
But as far as these things go, if they get cheaper, then it would be nice to get rid of BluRay and DVD and have kiosks (or your computer) where you can download movies to be played in your xbox or ps3 in Hi-Def. But then again, you don't need 256GB to do that anyway. 32GB would do it.