CES has finally kicked off at Las Vegas! Though there are no flashy flying cars or Iron Man suits, looks like Samsung has some pretty tiny (read big) products of its own! They just unveiled a SSD with the size of a visiting card that can pack up to 1TB of storage. Samsung is the first company to have entered the external SSD market. More will follow, soon, but for now looks like we have a winner on our hands. The T1 drive weighs only an ounce and costs between $179 to $599 depending upon the storage size. Did we mention there are smaller versions available?? The T1 offers storage options from 256GB, 512GB all the way up to 1TB. The drive comes pre-formatted as exFAT to ensure out-of-the-box compatibility with both Windows and OS X based systems. Also included is a 256 Bit AES encryption, a pro for business users. Samsung promises that T1 will offer speeds of up to 450MBps. As for the hardware, Samsung has taken a leaf out of Evo 850's book which means that the T1 is based on the same architecture. The SSD is not meant for everyone though. People who are content with their even smaller thumb drives and have other drives for media content will surely give it a miss. But, those who appreciate design and want something to accompany them at all times without hogging up space will surely appreciate the T1.