A USB pen drive is supposed to be tiny, easy to carry, with just the right amount of storage space missing when you need it the most. Ugh! But imagine a USB flash drive which you can’t max out on a whim.
That’s what Sandisk’s newest USB pen drive unveiled at CES 2018 boasts off — a gargantuan amount of data storage space. One terabyte, yes 1TB of space to fill. How about that?
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It’s incredible to think that with such a dizzying array of tech extravaganza on display at CES 2018, that a tiny diminutive pen drive will also capture headlines. But such is the allure of this 1TB pen drive from Sandisk, a prototype of a device that may later go on sale this year.
Not only is the Sandisk 1TB pen drive the slimmest and smallest in the world, it also embraces the newer USB-C 3.1 standard and symmetrical connectivity port — instead of the older USB 3.0. What’s more, apart from connecting to PCs and laptops, the Sandisk 1TB pen drive can also connect to an Android phone.
Is this the highest capacity USB pen drive available in the world? Nah, Kingston makes a inhuman 2TB thumb drive that’s the undoubted king of this category.
Imagine all the movies, music and documents you can stuff inside the Sandisk 1TB pen drive. And never have to worry about buying a full-fledged hard drive. Ever.