Do you have an aching need to take tons of pornographic pirated totally legitimate content wherever you go? Are conventional flash drives just not cutting it for you? Can you sit through another rhetorical question? Well, then, don't worry, because it looks like Kingston's got you more than covered. Techgage "Flash... DRIVE! It'll store almost everything!" Now, there's no word on pricing yet. They'll be offering a tinier variant first (and by "tiny", I mean 512 gb), which will go for $1337 (Get it?) upon release. So yeah, don't expect this to come cheap. And while you may be saying, "That tera-bites," keep in mind that this isn't really intended for the consumer market. This is probably aimed more at business professionals. Still, it's a pretty impressive achievement, and seeing how quickly technology marches on, we may only be years away from a more consumer friendly model. This certainly won't be a flash drive in the pan. Unlike its namesake, let's all hope the Predator isn't invisible in the marketplace.