Kingston Introduces 2TB USB Flash Drive

Kingston 2TB USB Flash Drive: As the world leading towards future, the people become more aware of storing the backup of everything they were done. That’s why the cloud storage kind of thing is getting more familiar among the people with its large capacity and ensured storing plan. But, instead, some people rely on storing their private videos or images on USB flash drives or secondary storage. And it also a fact that you can’t get enough storage capacity in a little flash drive or SSD card.

Hence to keep this concern in mind, Kingston Technology has unveiled the world’s first largest capacity USB flash drive at CES 2017 in Las Vegas.

Imagine of storing many hours of 4K videos in just your pocket pen drive, well the imagination is going to be true with the 2TB capacity of USB flash drive by Kingston.


The USB drive will come under the name of DataTraveler Ultimate GT and has double the capacity of Kingston’s DataTraveler HyperX Predator 1 TB flash drive released back in 2013.

Kingston 2TB USB Flash Drive Specifications

Data Traveler Ultimate GT offers superior quality in a high-end design as it is made of zinc alloy metal casing for shock resistance. The case dimension is 72×26.94×21mm in size, which is not that small much shorter enough than the hard drives with the same capacity and would be more pocket-friendly.

The data Traveler Ultimate GT uses a USB 3.1 adapter instead of new USB type C port, so you will need to break out a dongle to use it with the newer computers. This means that flash drive can max out at a speed of 5GBp/s.

The production of the drives has started and the units would be available to get by next month, said Kingston. Though the price of the drives has not been officially announced by the Kingston but the expected price would likely be around $1,000-$2,000.

The new Ultimate GT will come with 5-year warranty and would be compatible with Windows 7,8, 8.1, Mac OS, Linux V.2.6.x+, Chrome OS.

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