The device you see above is called the Kingston DataTraveler HyperX Predator flash drive and it has a storage of 1TB. Pwera biro! That's one freakin' terabyte of virtual real estate packed in a package that's just as small as your gf's lipstick.
You can practically transfer your entire digital life in the DataTraveler HyperX Predator (if it's less than 1TB in size, that is). To put things in perspective, the ordinary flash drive has a capacity of 2GB to 8GB. That means the DataTraveler HyperX Predator can gobble up hundreds of its peers and have room for more, which makes its name sakto. This device is also USB 3.0-powered, letting it transfer files faster than anything known to man.
Large in capacity, the DataTraveler HyperX Predator also comes with an equally large SRP. It will go for $1,750 (about P72,000) once it's released early this year. If that's too pricey, USBs with smaller capacities (512GB, 64GB, 32GB) will be available, too. Here's hoping our wallets and bank accounts can fit it as much moolah as well!