Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate GT is fastest, world’s largest-capacity USB 3.0 flash drive
Kingston’s new DataTraveler Ultimate Generation Terabyte (GT) is a flash drive, but it’s unlike any that we have seen before. At close to three inches long, it may not be the smallest, but it is Kingston’s fastest and world’s largest-capacity USB 3.1 Gen 1 (USB 3.0) flash drive. DataTraveler Ultimate GT provides 2TB of external storage space, which is good to store almost 160 HD movies or up to 70 hours of 4K video company claims.
Kingston announced the 2TB USB drive at the CES 2017. The flash drive features a casing made from zinc-alloy metal, which makes it robust and shock resistance. Additionally, the metal casing ensures the flash drive will not die on you even in extreme conditions. Kingston claims the flash drive can operate glitch-free in temperatures as low as -25-degree Celsius.
Durable and compact size of the DataTraveler Ultimate GT means you can easily store and transfer high capacity files easily and live with your own personal 2 terabytes of storage until you misplace the flash drive.
DataTraveler Ultimate GT is compatible with Windows 8 higher and Mac OS v.10.9 higher. Since, it does not support the new age USB Type-C connector, the flash drive will not be directly compatible with newer machine such as the MacBook Pro 2016.
According to Kingston, 2TB flash drive will begin shipping in February (price not disclosed). It will come in 1TB and 2TB capacities and will be backed with five year warranty.