How much storage space will you need on your computer? On both desktop and laptop? I often see users use around 500GB for internal storage on their PC. This storage space is a bit higher when you are on a desktop because there are more slots to add hard drives or solid state drives.
Nowadays, most of us don’t feel strange when seeing a USB flash drive that comes with 32GB or 64GB of storage space. However, is that enough to keep your files? How about 2TB?
For users who don’t know, Kingston recently announced their new USB product lineup, the world’s largest USB flash drive that comes with 1TB and 2TB of storage space.
You may think that it will feature USB Type-C connectivity. Unfortunately, the world’s largest USB flash drive comes with USB 3.1 Type-A connector. Called as the DataTraveler Ultimate Generation Terabyte, this new USB flash drive is a bit large than most other USB drives and has enough storage space to keep up to 70 hours of video at 4K/30fps.
If you are looking for the price for the DataTraveler Ultimate Generation Terabyte, then Kingston doesn’t release the final retail price yet. However, according to estimates from experts, the 1TB version will cost around $400 to $500 while the 2TB version will sell for $800 to $900.
That’s a lot of money for a USB flash drive, right? Will you spend those money to purchase a USB flash drive with a lot of storage space like this?