The lithium-ion batteries can store up to 24kWh of electricity, which is sufficient to supply an average Japanese household for about two days. This system underscores an additional attribute of EVs: vehicles which can be used as a storage battery whether they are moving or stationary.
By claiming transfer speeds of 2,800MBs, having Thunderbolt 4 / USB-C 4.0 compatibility while holding 1TB, 2TB, and 4TB capacities, they simply say they are future proof. From the expected square-ish standard external drive you see everywhere in the market, this little guy was stayed from that design by not only being small but also being very sleek. That being said, it fits well in the hand and felt very sturdy. It didn’t have the feel of cheap plastic and did not have any loose or shaky parts.