While the likes of televisions, computers, gadgets, mobiles, processors and such other tech elements are featured at the CES every year, there is always a room for devices that are small, capacitive, and help in data transfer. At the CES 2018 the flash memory manufacturer has displayed the SanDisk smallest flash drive ever that supports the USB-C.
It is having a capacity of 1TB that is half of the offering of last year’s Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate GT. Despite this, SanDisk’s flash drive is likely to win the market race because of its ‘far smaller’ body mass than that of Kingston’s. At the same time, it even goes with the USB-C and not the USB 3.0 from the past. This further lets you transfer data not just from computers but also directly from smartphones.
Now, the flash drive is still in prototype stage, although working. Neither price nor release date are yet announced by the company, although we are keeping a tab. The full-sized 1TB USB-C SSD already has the price tag of $350, which suggests that smaller model will be expensive when it reaches the markets.
Stay tuned with us for the next CES 2018 update!