Kingston is making history with its upcoming DataTraveler Ultimate GT. The device that the company showcased at CES 2017 in Las Vegas this week is making a huge noise online since it sports 2TB of storage space.

On Thursday, the world’s biggest USB flash drive in terms of storage was featured in Kingston Technology’s booth. The barely three inches long device may look no different from other flash drives in the market, but it boasts of a gargantuan space inside that it can store over 160 HD movies.

CNN says the 2TB flash drive is comparable to eight 256GB iPhones squeezed into a single hardware. There are two models for the DataTraveler Ultimate GT: one has 1TB and the other has 2TB storage. Having 1TB of storage space in a USB flash drive is not new to Kingston, since it already launched the DataTraveler HyperX Predator.

The Ultimate GT uses USB 3.1 Gen 1 (USB 3.0). It also sports a zinc-alloy metal casing, which is said to provide shock resistance to the device. It is designed to be compatible with Windows 7 and higher, Mac OS v. 10.9x and higher, Linux v. 2.6x and higher and Chrome OS.

Kingston has not revealed the pricing for the new flash drive. A spokesperson has told Computerworld that the 2GB drive could retail for $800 to $900. However, this is still questionable, given that the HyperX Predator is currently valued at $2,730 even though it can only hold up to 1TB of data.

"With the DataTraveler Ultimate GT, we empower users to increase their data storage mobility in a highly manageable form factor," Kingston’s Flash business manager Jean Wong said in a statement. "This is a terrific follow up to our 1TB drive released in 2013, and by doubling the capacity, users can store and carry even larger amounts of data easily."