This USB Flash Drive Can Store Up To 2 Terabytes

USB flash drives are beyond ubiquitous; lose one and it’s a quick trip down to the nearest store to replace it. Lose Transcend’s 2TB USB 3.0 USB flash drive, however, and you’ll be more than a little annoyed.

Physorg reports on Taiwanese memory manufacturer showing off a drive at the Display Taiwan event that they claim could store up to 2TB, although the demonstration model was only 16GB. No word on pricing or availability for the 2TB drive — Transcend says it’s waiting for the USB 3.0 standard to be formalised — or pricing. It’s safe to say that it won’t be cheap, and it’ll be a few years before these are hanging on a dusty display rack at the local post office.[Physorg]

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