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SanDisk introduces you the smallest 1TB USB-C in history

If you ask SanDisk, size, yes, it matters! The company is trying to combine greater storage capacity with the smallest flash driver.

At this year's CES show in Las Vegas, SanDisk announced a brand new drive USB Type-C designed to hold up to 1TB data.

So far, the record for the largest flash driver owned by Kingston as its device has already reached 2TB but SanDisk is the one that placed 1TB on a tiny device.SanDisk

The company does not provide further information on specifications such as read and write speeds, but said we are still at the beginning so we will soon have more details. The only certainty is that it will burden the pocket enough anyone who wants to get it.

Because SanDisk is the smallest and best attitude fan, it has recently unveiled the world's smallest 256GB USB 3.1 flash drive. This model is included in the already available SanDisk Ultra Fit USB 3.1 series and will be released later this year and availability will be released close to the release date.

Our company gave us some details that reveal the capacity of files on such a big drive saying there is plenty of storage for 14.000 photos, 10 hours of Full HD video, 16.000 songs and 64GB for other files.

Judging by the specifications of the other flash drives and the new device should offer maximum 130 MB / s read speeds. SanDisk says the 256GB drive will cost 149.99 dollars, just 30 dollars more than the 128GB release announced earlier.

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