SanDisk shows of a tiny prototype 1TB USB-C flashdrive


Most of us have at least a few flashdrives on us these days, they’re an essential piece of kit these days. They’re portable, easy to use and reliable enough that even the less tech savvy can use them. SanDisk looks to capitalize on this, showcasing their prototype 1TB USB-C flashdrive at CES earlier today.

The prototype flashdrive’s 1TB size isn’t exactly the most impressive thing. Kingston’s DataTraveler Ultimate GT offers 2TB of storage, but that’s besides the point. While Kingston’s 2TB stick is a behemoth of a flashdrive in its zinc-alloy chassis, SanDisk’s is nice and compact.

SanDisk’s 1TB USB-C flashdrive will probably hit the market not too long from now, though we can expect it to be pretty pricey. Even their full sized 1TB USB-C SSD already costs in the range of $350, so it’s safe to assume that their flashdrive will easily trump that.

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