At this year's Consumer Electronics Show, Kingston unveiled its DataTraveler HyperX Predator Flash Drive, which boasts an incredible 1 terabyte of storage.
Yes, you read that correctly. One terabyte. 1,024 gigabytes. All in a single flash drive, roughly the size of your thumb.
Last year, Kingston debuted two HyperX flash drives, which could store 64 GB and 256 GB respectively. But this brand-new Kingston HyperX flash drive, which quadruples last year's top-end model, totally lives up to its predator name.
At roughly 3 inches long, an inch wide and half an inch deep, Kingston's new HyperX Predator is a bit shorter than last year's 64GB HyperX DataTraveler, but a big thicker. But more impressively, the HyperX Predator is a speed demon, reading files at 240 MB/s and writing them at 160 MB/s.
Kingston will be launching a 512GB Predator model at launch, and it's bigger and more impressive 1TB counterpart will debut later in Q1. Kingston has yet to announce official pricing for these flash drives.