SanDisk Shows Off the World’s Smallest 1TB Pen Drive: Whenever we talk about USB flash drives, it’s supposed to be tiny, easy to carry and must carry the right amount of storage space. What about having the PenDrive which fulfills all the requirements? If you are looking for the same, then SanDisk’s newest USB PenDrive is what you all need.
At CES 2018, SanDisk announced a new pendrive of 1TB and it’s the world’s smallest. Yes, you read that right! SanDisk has just unveiled a prototype of the world’s smallest 1TB USB drive at CES 2018. The company also showcased another flash drive which is also the world’s smallest but it comes with 256GB storage.
The latest PenDrive from Sandisk used the USB-C interface and it’s not the first 1TB flash drive in the market, but it definitely the smallest one manufactured yet. It looks like, the company has managed to match the combination of high storage + small device strategy knowing that storage space is always been a problem. Since it uses the USB-C connection, it can be used with mobile devices.
The new PenDrive from SanDisk is tested by both The Verge and Engadget and they both said that the USB Flash drive is just awesome. SanDisk hasn’t revealed anything regarding the price and release date of the world’s smallest PenDrive.
However, the 256GB version which is dubbed as SanDisk Ultra Fit 3.1 will be available on US marketplace from this month. What’s your opinion on this? Discuss with us in the comments.