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Tuesday, 08 January 2013 20:12

Kingston announces world's largest flash drive

Written by Slobodan Simic

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CES 2013: HyperX Predator goes 1TB


Kingston came to CES 2013 with something quite impressive in its pocket, the Kingston DataTraveler HyperX Predator 3.0 1TB USB 3.0 flash drive.

Currently shipping as a 512GB model, the HyperX Predator peaks at 240MB/s for read and 160MB/s for write and measures at 88.53x26.94x21mm. It is, of course, backward compatible with USB 2.0 but do not expect anything above 30MB/s. The flash chips are safely packed in a zinc alloy metal casing and it comes bundled with HyperX valet keychain as an exclusive accessory.

As always, good things come at a price, so the currently available 512GB model is selling at US $1750, while the 1TB is expected to show up later in Q1, and we do not even want to guess the price of that one.

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