Kingston’s DataTraveler Ultimate GT With 2TB Space Is The Only Flash Drive You Need

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Kingston has just revealed their latest flash drive with crazy high storage capacity, relatively speaking: 2TB. The flash drive packs such stuff still managing to be small at dimensions 72mm x 26.9mm x 21mm. For a device that packs such storage space, this is a very compact size. From what Kingston says, this capacity can store up to 70 hours of 4K UHD-res videos.

The latest Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate Generation Terabyte (GT) flash drive is the perfect solution to people who carry huge files with them all the time. Usually to pack such storage you would need to have an external hard drive for sure but having the power in a device sitting perfectly in our pocket is crazy cool. Hard drives of such huge storage are now available in pretty small form factors themselves, but they are still no where comparable to this and considerably larger and less portable than this new flash drive.

The drive is made of a zinc-alloy metal casing, due to this the drive is shock resistant in any event if it is dropped. This drive is also made to handle some tough conditions like temperatures as low as -13F and as high as 140F (operating temperature), or -40F to 185F (storage temperature).

Another version of this model is also available which has a capacity of 1TB, and features a USB 3.0 connector for your fast data transfers. It comes with a five-year warranty, and is said to be compatible with all the major desktop operating systems, including Windows 7 and higher, macOS 10.9 and higher, Linux version 2.6 and higher and Chrome OS, . Price hasn’t been revealed yet.

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