SanDisk reveals the world's smallest 1TB USB-C flash drive
Jan 10 2018 by Michele Stevens
Called the 256GB SanDiskUltra Fit USB 3.1 Flash Drive, this happens to be a low-profile USB drive specifically designed for people who want to add more photos, videos, games and audio files to their notebooks, tablets, TVs, gaming consoles and vehicle audio systems. It also has an IP55 rating which makes it light, rain, dust and splash proof.
The other world's smallest USB flash drive - the 256GB SanDisk Ultra Fit USB 3.1 Flash Drive has also been unveiled at CES 2018. The Ultra Fit is now slouch in speed either, with 130MB/s read speeds over USB3.1 gen 1.
As for the SanDisk Extreme Portable SSD, it's meant to give users fast storage for high resolution photos and videos. It has a Type-C interface. It comes in the same capacity options, priced at $99.99 for 250GB, $169.99 for 500GB, $349.99 for 1TB, and $699.99 for 2TB.
Enabling the possibilities of data, Western Digital offers the industry's broadest portfolio of products and solutions to help people capture, preserve, access and transform their personal content. You can see a photo of a prototype device below. New this year is app support for Filmic Pro and LumaFusion, which lets photographers edit raw photos directly from the drive with no PC required via an 802.11ac Wi-Fi connection.
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The My Passport Wireless SSD has a couple features on it that have started to crop up on a number of other devices, and that's an integrated SD card reader so you can backup files quickly just by popping the card in. At the same time, it even goes with the USB-C and not the USB 3.0 from the past.
In addition to the 2TB version for $799, the My Passport Wireless SSD is also available with 250GB for $249, 500GB for $299, or 1TB for $449.
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