SanDisk showcased two new generation flash disks at CES event in 2018. Supported by USB Type-C connectivity, this flash disk is said to be the smallest in the world that carries a capacity of 1TB. Not much related information is provided around this device.
Meanwhile, in the same occasion, SanDisk also showcased Ultra Fit USB 3.1 which comes with a capacity of 256GB. Having the same form factor with other Ultra Fit series, it is claimed to be the smallest 256GB 256GB flash disk available in the world today.
Armed with first-generation USB 3.1 connectivity, this flash disk has a read speed of up to 130MB / s. The official price tag is set at USD $ 149.99 (Rp 1.9 million). Unfortunately, SanDisk until now still shut up about the estimated price they will tager on the 1 TB flash disk variant on display.