Don’t let this trend sneak up on you.
Following in the footsteps of vending machine companies who suddenly and without warning sprouted vast collections of machines that sold big-ticket items like iPods comes a move by Kingston to install flash memory cards and drives in those big glass-window vending devices that you see in airports, bus stations, and supermarkets. Now, you’ll be able to buy an SD card, a CompactFlash card, or even a USB drive while you’re on the move, and all you’ll need is a credit card.
It’s a joint production from Kingston and My Memory, and it is already in test mode at a London airport terminal. No doubt you’ll see your opportunity soon.