Kingston has made it possible as they today unveiled a new pendrive which can hold up to 2TB capacity.
From 3.5-inch Floppy disks to the new Kingston 2TB pendrive, we have come a long way in portable storage.
If you belong to the age of older Window 95 generation, then you would find this shocking. Right from the 3.5-inch Floppy disks which stores 1.44MB of data to storing a whopping 2TB worth of data on a single finger sized USB stick.
The news is also important in the contemporary tech world because just a few years ago, flash drives would max out at 16GB and now flash drives with over 100GB of storage has become the new norm.
Surely, all new Kingston’s 3-inch 2TB pendrive will usher in a time when USBs will be dealing only in TBs. To put things in perspective, most budget laptops sold today have a hard disk of 1TB capacity.
Welcome to the Kingston 2TB pendrive!
World’s first 2TB capacity USB Stick
The MicroSD card and USB pendrive manufacturer, Kingston to at CES 2017 unveiled its 2TB DataTraveler Ultimate GT flash drive. The USB flash drive, as the name suggests, offers 2TB of storage space, which is accompanied USB 3.1 Gen 1 (USB 3.0) performance.
This essentially means, that the 2TB DataTraveler Ultimate GT flash drive store up to 70 hours of 4K video, 96 average-sized PC games, 256,000 24-megapixel images, 166 HD movies and 531,344 MP3 songs. Theoretically, the flash drive offers a transfer speed of a whopping 5Gbps.