SanDisk is showcasing two new flash drives at CES this year. The more interesting one is the 1TB USB Type-C drive, which is said to be the smallest of its kind in the world. Unfortunately, there is not much else known about this drive for now apart from that it's small and big at the same time.
The other drive is an actual product that was launched, which is the SanDisk Ultra Fit USB 3.1 Flash Drive, which is claimed to be the smallest 256GB flash drive in the world.
It has the same form-factor as other SanDisk Ultra Fit drives, which means it is just a tiny bit larger than the part that sticks into your USB port. It's a USB 3.1 Gen 1 drive with read speeds of up to 130MB/s. This model is priced at $149.99.
This is USB 3.1 Gen 1 same as USB 3.0 in terms of speed the 128GB is a tad slower at 125MBps to the 130MBps quoted on this one and even though it is the smallest 256GB drive as i said it is 2.5 years years later should equate to the same launch price...
maybe they don't like you? maybe you get lost in an instant??
Do they have 3.1 speeds though? And don't forget that this is the smallest 256gb USB drive so that would also increase cost