We have covered an assortment of USB 3.0-equipped hard drives, motherboards and more, but PQI's next-generation USB flash drive is among the first of its kind. The company's Cool Drive U366 boasts a peak read speed of 97MB per second (no write speed is mentioned) and will be made available in capacities of 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB.

To boot, PQI will offer the U366 in blue and gray, both of which feature an all aluminum shell with a plastic cap and measure 87 x 22 x 12 millimeters. I haven't spotted any details regarding a ship date or pricing, but it seems fair to expect the Cool Drive U366 or competing products to launch at or shortly after CES next month.

Do you already own any USB 3.0 devices? Are you delaying any purchases or upgrades in anticipation of upcoming SuperSpeed-enabled gadgets?