Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate GT: Although laptops stole the show at this year's CES in Las Vegas, Kingston was the one who showed something really amazing. So the company unveiled what appears to be claiming the title of the first USB on 2TB.
It's called the Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate GT (Generation Terabyte). The new device has more capacity than many of our hard drives and the incredible thing is that the maker has managed to offer such capacity in such a small space.
The dimensions of the new Kingston USB new are only 72 × 26.94x21mm (yes we are talking about millimeters) and it is almost impossible to lose data due to shock as the company protects the device in a specially designed metal case made of zinc alloy (zinc-alloy) .
The new USB will be released in two different capacities, 1 and 2TB, but for the time being the company has not announced the prices they will have when they are released. According to the company, the availability of the devices will begin next month, so we will soon learn more details.
"Power users will be able to store huge amounts of data, such as up to 70 hours of 4K video on a single 2TB disk. The DataTraveler Ultimate GT offers superior quality with a high-end design as it is made of a zinc-aluminum metal housing for impact resistance. "Its compact size gives professionals an easy, high-capacity portable solution for storing and transferring files," says Kingston.
As far as the technical features are concerned, there is not much to say about the new USB, except that it supports USB 3.1 speeds and can operate from -25 to 60 degrees Celsius.