Monday, February 22nd 2016

Samsung Intros the SSD T3 Portable Solid State Drives

Samsung announced the SSD T3 line of portable solid state drives. Measuring 74 mm x 58 mm x 10.5 mm (LxWxH), and weighing in at 51 g, the drives are more compact than the T1 line of portable SSDs by the company. Available in capacities of 250 GB, 500 GB, 1 TB, and 2 TB, the drives take advantage of USB 3.0 interface, with a single cable handling both power and host connectivity, and serving up sequential transfer-rates of up to 450 MB/s. The drives feature 256-bit AES native encryption, and a password authentication that works on Windows (Windows 7 and above), OS X (OS X 10.7 and above), and Android (4.4 "KitKat" and above). Backed by 3-year warranties, the 250 GB variant is priced at US $130, the 500 GB variant $220, 1 TB variant $430, and 2 TB variant $850.
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4 Comments on Samsung Intros the SSD T3 Portable Solid State Drives

#1
cyneater
Portable SSD's because everyone can pull money out of there ass
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#2
Jermelescu
cyneater said:
Portable SSD's because everyone can pull money out of there ass
They're cheap af
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RejZoR
Well, these are truly shock proof so that's great for portable drives. HDD's can die even if they have a parked head and you drop it by mistake. No such thing with SSD's.
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#4
Prima.Vera
RejZoR said:
Well, these are truly shock proof so that's great for portable drives. HDD's can die even if they have a parked head and you drop it by mistake. No such thing with SSD's.
Or just die without a particular reason... Personally I'm done with portable HDD. I have a 256GB Flash stick, perfect to carry my data.
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