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Sandisk Reveals World’s Smallest 1TB Flash Drive

| Published on January 9, 2018

The size of every electronics item has been getting slim and small. If you are not satisfied with your bulky hard drives that are not easy to carry, we have something great for you. Famous electronics company Sandisk has unveiled world’s smallest 1 TB USB-C flash drive in the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018.

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The new Sandisk flash drive looks very small in comparison to the smallest 1TB external HDD. Plus, the SanDisk prototype fully embraces USB-C, which means that you directly transfer your files to an Android phone in addition to the computers.
Kingston currently manufactures USB drives with most memory storage(2TB) but this new flash drive from Sandisk is very small and slim in size than Kingston’s drive.
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This new flash drive can do wonders for the Youtube creators who use their phones to make content. It surely can replace the external HDDs which we use today. Also, the gamers and movie lovers who have the habit of storing the collections can keep everything in their small pockets.
It is easier to carry and the consumers are expecting this at an affordable price in comparison to a normal sized 1TB SSD drive. The company has not announced any fixed price or release date of the flash drive as of now.

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