Sometimes you need to transfer some data from device to device, so you plug in a USB flash drive to copy a few movies, documents, or other files. And sometimes… you want to transfer more data than your computer can hold. That’s where Kingston’s new USB flash drives come in.

Kingston has unveiled the world’s first flash drive with a whopping 2TB of storage.

I’m honestly not sure what I’d use it for, but I’m still impressed that it’s possible to cram so much storage capacity into a device that measures 2.8″ x 1.1″ x 0.8″.

The DataTraveler Ultimate GT is a USB 3.1 drive with a shock-resistant zinc-alloy case. It will be available in both 1TB and 2TB versions.

Kingston hasn’t revealed the price yet, but something tells me the new DataTraveler Ultimate G won’t exactly be cheap when it hits the streets in February.

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