You'll soon be able to carry a terabyte of data on your keychain. Kingston today unveiled the DataTraveler HyperX Predator, a line of flash drives that tops out at the massive 1TB capacity. The company says these USB 3.0 drives are its fastest yet, with read and write speeds reaching 240MB/s and 160MB/s respectively. The Predator comes inside a zinc alloy metal casing and is protected under a five-year warranty. But those niceties seem appropriate considering how much you'll be paying to never worry about storage constraints again. The 512GB DataTraveler HyperX — shipping now — will run $1,750 and Kingston isn't even saying how much the 1TB model will set you back when it's released sometime this quarter.