The HiBaka 2000 mem-stik was a type of mem-stik that was designed to store data for transport. It could hold a moderate amount of data, but it was unable to carry programs. It could hold text, image or video data and could also hold under one minute of holographic data. It cost 50 credits new.
It was often used to covertly smuggle data, and a popular hiding place was inside the blaster power pack slot for a standard blaster. While this helped conceal the mem-stik from detection, it prevented the blaster from being operational.