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CES 2013: Kingston Wields a 1TB USB Flash Drive [Video]

Maximum PC: Psst, hey you. Yes, YOU! Take a look at that thumbnail picture over there. Do you see it? Groovy, but do you know what you're looking at? Well, yes, it's a flash drive, but not just any flash drive. That just happens to be the world's largest USB flash drive. It's the Kingston HyperX Predator, and it holds a whopping 1TB of data, which is more than most Ultrabooks. Pretty crazy, right? Come closer and we'll tell you more. (CES 2013, Kingston HyperX 3.0 flash drive, Kingston Technology, PC hardware)

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