Kingston doesn’t want to let go of the crown.

Three years ago, the company got the recognition of building the then biggest capacity USB flash drive at 1TB (terabyte). Fast forward to today, they unveiled a new model with 50% more storage.

It’s good to have large hard disk drives (HDD) and solid state drives (SSD), but sometimes we need to have a little more oomph in a portable form factor.

Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate GT 2TB is obviously an overkill for the majority of people. But what can you store on this massive capacity? It can hold up to 70 hours of 4K resolution video, thousands of songs, photos, and videos.

It’s packed with a USB 3.1 adapter and designed with a zinc-alloy metal casing for shock protection and improved durability. Unfortunately, it’s not that future-proof, neglecting the use of the upcoming standard USB Type-C port. So in order to take advantage of this device, make sure that your laptop still has the old standard.

The flash drive will also come with a smaller 1TB variant and both will be made available beginning February 2017. Pricing is yet to be announced but expect to fork at least $1,000 for this shiny new portable storage.

Source: Kingston

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