The race to create increasingly powerful and smaller accessories is in full swing. Western Digital, which owns the SanDisk brand, introduced a new USB flash drive prototype capable of storing up to 4TB with USB-C input.
For a device that stores so many files, it’s impressively small. Last year, SanDisk released a product capable of storing 1.33 TB, which may have been used as a basis for the creation of this new device.
WS reported that it should submit more information about the prototype soon. So far, it’s worth noting that this is just a prototype; so this product is not expected to hit the market any time soon.