SanDisk Unveils World's Smallest 1TB and 256GB USB Flash Drives

SanDisk Unveils World's Smallest 1TB and 256GB USB Flash Drives

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SanDisk, owned by Western Digital, unveiled the world's smallest 1TB and 256GB USB flash drives at CES 2018.

The 1TB device uses a USB Type-C connection and looks pretty much like a typical flash drive. You can see a photo of a prototype device below.

SanDisk Unveils World's Smallest 1TB and 256GB USB Flash Drives

The 256GB SanDisk Ultra Fit USB 3.1 Flash Drive uses a common USB Type-A connector and can add storage to your computing device without getting in the way.

The new 256GB SanDisk Ultra Fit USB 3.1 Flash Drive, a low-profile USB drive for people who want to add more photos, videos, games and audio files to their notebooks, tablets, TVs, gaming consoles and car audio systems. With 256GB, people have the flexibility to keep more content at their fingertips – approximately, 14,000 photos, 10 hours of full HD video and 16,000 songs, with 64GB still available for files.

No word yet on pricing or availability; however, if you like the look of the Ultra Fit, SanDisk is currently selling Ultra Fit USB 3.0 flash drives up with up to 128GB in storage on Amazon. Please follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS for updates.



SanDisk Unveils World's Smallest 1TB and 256GB USB Flash Drives
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