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World's First 2TB Portable Flash Drive Announced at CES

Kingston 1TB 2TB DataTraveler Ultimate GT

Kingston has launched a new flash drive at the ongoing CES event in Las Vegas under its "DataTraveler" line-up, which the company claimed as world's largest capacity flash drive at the moment, posing two terabytes (2TB) of storage. The 2TB DataTraveler Ultimate GT as named, can retain seventy hours of 4K (Ultra-HD) videos.

Its compact zinc-alloy metal body that only measures 72x26.9x21mm gives it a premium feel when hold in hand, and also protects it from damage when mistakenly drop due its shock-proof ability. The DataTraveler Ultimate GT most notable feature and benefits is its minimalistic design, which gives it an edge over the now-common Solid State Drive (SSD) in terms of weight and dimensions.

Although its read and write speed is not revealed, the flash drive will be shipping with USB 3.0 connector for fast transfer of data to and fro on systems. Durability is well assured in critical conditions as well as it can survive in temperature as low as -13ºF and high as 140ºF when operating, and as low as -40ºF and high as 185ºF during storage. The flash drive supports all known desktop operating systems; Windows 7 and above, Chrome OS, Linux, and macOS 10.9 and above

The DataTraveler Ultimate GT flash drive will be available in 1TB storage capacity and 2TB storage capacity. No details regarding pricing and availability.

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