SanDisk Unveils World’s Smallest 1TB and 256GB USB Flash Drives
SanDisk is an Israeli-American, owned by the Western Digital manufacturer of flash memory products, including memory cards and readers, USB flash drives, and solid-state drives.
As of February 2016, it is the Forth-largest manufacturer of flash memory with a NAND Flash memory manufacturers worldwide market share of 17.5% as a report by statista in its Q3-2017.( NAND flash memory is a type of non-volatile storage that does not require power to retain data) The Company has unveiled its latest USB flash sticks. The USB flash stick is a USB Type-C device that can hold 1TB of data and is the “world’s smallest 1TB USB device”, said the company.
SanDisk also revealed the world’s smallest 256GB USB flash drive. The 256GB SanDisk Ultra Fit USB 3.1 stick features a low-profile design and is also available in smaller capacities. The Ultra Fit flash drives feature read speeds of up to 130MB/s that is almost a third of an SSD drive which is not bad for a Flash Stick.