LAS VEGAS, Jan 11 ― Western Digital, under the SanDisk brand, revealed the world's smallest 1TB USB-C flash drive at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which runs until January 12 in Las Vegas.
SanDisk aims to let users store large or numerous files (music, videos, etc.) from several peripherals on one single USB stick with a trimmed down form factor. Billed as the smallest of its kind, this 1TB USB Type-C flash drive is currently still a prototype, and there's no word on when it might come to market or at what price.
At last year's CES, Kingston caused a stir with a USB flash drive boasting a record 2TB storage capacity. Although larger than SanDisk's prototype, the Kingston stick had room for up to 70 hours of 4K video!
SanDisk also presented a new range of super-small "Ultra Fit" USB 3.1 flash drives with storage ranging from 16-256 GB. ― AFP-Relaxnews