As soon as 2018 started SanDisk is ready to glow in the New Year’s news! It is show-casing two new flash drives at CES in 2018.
The attention-grabbing part of this news is one-of-the USB. As it is the 1TB USB Type-C drive, which is alleged to be the tiniest of its category. There is no other such small device in the world.
Tactlessly, there is nothing else stated on this big news. Nothing much is confirmed about this drive for today. But, yes, we do know that it’s small-and-big within the same body.
However, the other drive is a definite product that was opened. It is called the SanDisk Ultra Fit USB 3.1 Flash Drive. And, is claimed to be the smallest 256GB flash drive in the domain, as of today.
With all that said, it too has the identical form-factor as any of the SanDisk Ultra Fit drives, by now hold. Therefore, it means, that it is just tiny as anything. But, also larger than the part that sticks into your USB port. It’s a USB 3.1 Gen 1 drive with read-speed of up-to 130MB/s, which is nice. This model is rated at $149.99, so what do you think? Is the price justified?