Sandisk shows world’s smallest 1 TB usb drive

At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas showed Sandisk to his own words, ” the world’s smallest 1 TB usb stick.

A usb drive of 1 or 2tb isn’t really special more today, because they have been in existence for a while. But the size of drives of that size was still pretty large. Sandisk – now part of Western Digital says the the smallest 1 TB-usb-stick to have developed. The stick is just as big as the most simple usb-stickjes.

The prototype features a usb-c connector, which means the stick can also be used on a new model MacBook, and on some smartphones.

Although Sandisk us at CES a working copy could show, this is still a prototype. It is not known if and when Sandisk the stick goes into production, when he can buy and what he must be going to cost you.

256 GB usb 3.0 drive

In addition to the prototype showed Sandisk also has a standard usb-stick 256GB, the Ultra Fit USB 3.1 Flash Drive. Also this drive is very small and fits on a usb 3.0 port. The usb-stick is also available with 128 GB, 64 GB, 32 GB and 16 GB storage capacity. The reading speed is 130 MB/s. The model with the largest storage capacity of 256 GB will cost $ 149.

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