Western Digital-owned Sandisk has announced in the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show 2018 in Las Vegas what can be called as the World’s Smallest 1TB USB-C Flash Drive.
The company known for its memory offerings has now concocted a model of apparently the world’s smallest 1TB USB type-C flash drive.It’s not the most storage we’ve at any point found in a blaze drive — that title still goes to a year ago’s 2TB Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate GT — yet SanDisk’s model flash drive is significantly more thinned down than how Kingston’s 2TB blaze drive shows up.
What’s more, SanDisk has moved from the traditional USB 3.0 availability and now offers a type-C connectivity. This implies the flash drive can be specifically attached to a cell phone also to make data transfers.
“Continuing its legacy of technology milestones, Western Digital offers a preview of the future of flash storage, demonstrating the world’s smallest 1TB* USB device, a powerful USB Type-C flash solution capable of preserving an enormous amount of content in one tiny form factor; and the world’s smallest 256GB* USB flash drive,” said the firm.
Sandisk has not yet revealed the price or release date of the flash drive has been announced. Since the littlest 1TV flash drive underpins USB Type-C, clients will essentially have the capacity to transfer data to Smartphones notwithstanding PCs and laptops.
Roughly, 14,000 photographs, 10 hours of full HD video and 16,000 tunes, with 64GB still accessible for documents.
Additionally, the organization has propelled the world’s smallest 256GB Ultra Fit USB 3.1 Flash Drive estimating 19.1 x 15.9 x 8.8mm. The specific glimmer drive likewise comes in various storage limits.
The SanDisk Ultra Fit USB 3.1 Flash Drive series bolster 130MB/s read speed and write speeds of up to 15x quicker than standard USB 2.0 drives. It additionally has SanDisk SecureAccess programming to keep content secure and is perfect with any USB 3.0 or 2.0 port.