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Kingston introduces world's largest capacity flash disk

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The Jakarta Post

Jakarta | Wed, January 4, 2017 | 05:56 pm
Kingston introduces world's largest capacity flash disk

Recently introduced at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, United States, the 2TB Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate GT is said to be the world's largest capacity flash disk. (Kingston/File)

Forget that bulky external hard disk. Tech enthusiasts can expect to carry 2 terabytes of data with no fuss since it will be in the form of a tiny flash disk. 

Recently introduced at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, United States, the 2TB Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate GT is said to be the world's largest capacity flash disk that allows users to store up to 256,000 24MB photo files or 70 hours of 4K video footage.

(Read also: SanDisk introduces 1TB memory card)

Also available in a smaller capacity of 1TB, it has a rather thick body with a shock resistant zinc-alloy metal casing and comes with USB 3.1 so that users will not have to bring dongle to connect it to their laptop.

As reported by kompas.com, no word on the pricing yet but the product is set to be officially released in February. (kes)

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