SanDisk unveils world's largest flash drive with 4TB storage

SanDisk announces 4TB prototype flash storage with USB-C, the world's largest USB flash drive.

Published Jan 8, 2019 12:23 PM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:49 AM CST
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CES 2019 - SanDisk has just teased a new prototype flash drive at CES 2019, something the company is proudly touting is the world's highest capacity USB drive on the market with 4TB of storage.

SanDisk unveils world's largest flash drive with 4TB storage |

The new 4TB flash drive has a USB-C connector for super-fast transfers, with no details on speeds, specs, or pricing. Right now a huge 2TB flash drive costs $1000 or more, we can only expect the 4TB drive to at least cost $2000, and could easily go for $2500 and beyond given its premium.

We'll update you with more details on the prototype SanDisk 4TB USB-C flash drive when they arrive.


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