Samsung has unleashed a new unstable SSD that promises blazing quick performance.
The Samsung Portable SSD T5 uses a firm’s latest 64-layer V-NAND record to broach send speeds of adult to a claimed 540MB/s.
Aside from tender performance, a advantage of a unstable SSD compared to an outmost tough hoop is that it’ll tarry a drop, as a solid-state expostulate doesn’t have relocating parts. Not to discuss that Samsung has versed a T5 with a shock-resistant inner frame.
All this means that a SSD can withstand a dump of adult to 2m – a outmost box offers a rather smart-looking aluminum finish, too
As good as durability, a T5 also scores high on a confidence front charity AES 256-bit encryption to strengthen a information on board.
The expostulate is also really light during only 51g, and has compress measure of 74 x 57.3 x 10.5mm. Samsung reserve program for a PC and Mac, and there’s also a mobile app for Android, with dual cables supposing to bond from USB-C to USB-C port, or USB-C to A.
The T5 goes on sale currently in a US with a 250GB indication starting during $130 (about £100, AU$165) and a 500GB chronicle weighing in during $200 (about £155, AU$255), with a 1TB and 2TB drives costing $400 (about £310, AU$510) and $800 (about £620, AU$1,020) respectively.
The dual smaller drives have an ‘alluring blue’ aluminum finish, while a bigger models are black, and all of a SSDs come with a three-year warranty.
- Hopefully we’ll see some tantalizing SSD deals on Black Friday