Memory products manufacturer Kingston Digital, Inc. decided to go big for this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas: big, not in physical size (far from it), but in capacity.
The DataTraveler Ultimate GT is the world’s highest capacity thumb drive, which can hold two terabytes’ worth of files. Yes. Two terabytes. That is one or two modern computers’ memory crammed into a stick of gum.
The Ultimate GT doubles the capacity of its 2013 predecessor allowing up to 70 hours of 4K videos in one flash drive.
To add shock resistance, the drive is encased in a zinc alloy and transfers files through a USB 3.1 gen 1 port.