The price and the availability of the USB are not disclosed yet.
SanDisk a company owned by the Western Digital has announced the launch of its World’s smallest 1TB USB Type-C flash drive at the Consumer Electronics Show(CES) 2018. The price and the availability of the USB are not disclosed yet, but it is expected to sell in the third quarter of the year, as the product is in the prototype stage.
The brand has also launched the smallest 256GB Ultra Fit USB 3.1 Flash Drive. It supports up to 130 Mbps read speed and up to 15x faster write speed than the normal USB 2.0 drives.
Other than this, SanDisk has also added other storage variants to the Ultra Fit USB 3.1 Flash Drive - 256GB, 128GB, 64GB, 32GB and 16GB, available at a price tag of $149.99(approximately Rs 9,487), $99.99(approximately Rs 6,305), $59.99(approximately Rs 3,756), $34.99(approximately Rs 2,165) and $21.99(approximately Rs 1,337) respectively.
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Meanwhile, Dell has also introduced a compact Thunderbolt 3 storage device at the CES 2018, which promised to be the fastest portable drives available. The Dell Portable Thunderbolt SSD 1000 (1TB) and SSD 500 (500GB) are announced at a price tag of Rs $439(approximately Rs 27,990) and $799(approximately Rs 50,944) respectively.
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