Monday, April 11th 2022

ADATA Unveils Ultra-Compact SE880 External SSD

ADATA Technology, a manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules, NAND Flash products, mobile accessories, gaming products, electric power trains, and industrial solutions today announces the ADATA SE880 external solid state drive (SSD). This latest external SSD from ADATA supports USB 3.2 Gen2 x2, is equipped with a Type-C port, and delivers read performance of up to 2000 MB/s. This is all packed into an ultra-compact form factor that is smaller than an AirPods case. These attributes make it perfect for content creators and console gamers on the go.

The SE880 supports USB 3.2 Gen2 x2 and is capable of delivering transmission speeds of 20 Gb/s. This is two times faster than USB 3.2 Gen 2x1 and four times faster than USB 3.2 Gen 1x1. This allows the SE880 to achieve read/Write speeds of up to 2000 MB/s, which is roughly twenty times faster than ordinary external hard drives. This incredible speed offers the ultimate convenience for creators, allowing them to access and edit large files directly on the SE880, doing away with the need to transfer files onto their PC beforehand. The SE880 comes in 500 GB and 1 TB variants.
Hassle-Free Compatibility for on the Go
Supporting many of the latest game consoles, the SE880 is ideal for storing tons of games without taking up too much physical space, perfect for avid console gamers on the go. The blazing-fast read speed afforded by the SE880 will allow gamers to load their games directly for seamless gaming. What's more, whether Android, macOS, Windows, or other operating systems, users won't need to fret about compatibility at home or on the move. They can easily connect via its Type-C port, get things done, and go.

For more information, visit the product page.
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4 Comments on ADATA Unveils Ultra-Compact SE880 External SSD

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BrainChild510
2000Mb/s is a nice upgrade from the SE730's 500Mb/s. Have a couple 730's, but would be nice to grab the new 1tb!
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DeathtoGnomes
I just recently bought the Samsung version of this. Its tiny and its blue, the cable appears bigger than it.
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BrainChild510
DeathtoGnomesI just recently bought the Samsung version of this. Its tiny and its blue, the cable appears bigger than it.
I have the T5 model. Did you buy the T7? I'm reading about the T7 with 3.2 Gen USB-C and it's claiming only half as much read/write speed @1000MB/s than this new ADATA 3.2 Gen @2000MB/s.
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DeathtoGnomes
BrainChild510I have the T5 model. Did you buy the T7? I'm reading about the T7 with 3.2 Gen USB-C and it's claiming only half as much read/write speed @1000MB/s than this new ADATA 3.2 Gen @2000MB/s.
T7. I dont have USB 3.2 (i need to upgrade to get it) so speed doesnt matter at much at this time.
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