At CES 2018, Western Digital has introduced what it calls the world's smallest 1TB flash drive, a tiny USB-C model sporting the SanDisk brand. This flash drive isn't yet available on the market; instead, it's acting as a demonstration of Western Digital's latest advances in storage innovation.

The SanDisk 1TB USB-C model has a "classic" long flash drive form factor—not the newer form factor that fits almost entirely within a USB port—but the company managed to squeeze a full terabyte of storage into this still-tiny size, though it hasn't provided additional details such as speed, cost, or anticipated launch date.

In addition to showcasing the 1TB USB-C drive, Western Digital has launched the SanDisk Ultra Fit USB 3.1 Flash Drive, a model it calls the smallest 256GB USB drive in the world. This drive features a low-profile form factor and a read speed up to 130MB/s.

The flash drive is currently listed on the SanDisk website for $150 USD, but is still shown as not-in-stock.