Corsair is expanding their Flash Voyager USB drive family today, with the introduction of a new unit. The new Flash Voyager stick will boast a 64GB capacity in a compact keychain-sized chassis, like their existing Flash Voyager units, and will of course be built in the same enclosure they pitch as being durable and resistant to damage from things like being dropped and water.
The tiny flash drive won't be cheap, opening up with a $250 price tag. For that price you'll get the standard suite of software they include with the drives, along with a lengthy warranty.
Whether in flash drive or SSD formats, solid-state storage in general has seen an explosion in the past two years. Capacity and performance has skyrocketed, quickly catching up with mechanical disks. If it continues at this rate, we might see flash capacity on par with desktop hard drives in just a few years.