Samsung Portable SSD T5 Is a Convenient Way of Carrying and Transferring Hefty Amounts of Storage

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Aug 16, 2017
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Type-C USB related storage products have started to gain extra traction, and with the Samsung Portable SSD T5 in your possession, transferring and transporting a bulk of storage is definitely going to become a painless venture. The portable SSD comes in two color flavors and four capacities, but all these models deliver higher speeds and go easy on your wallet too.

Samsung Portable SSD T5 Offers Several Upgrades Over the T3 Model Such as Faster Data Transfer Speeds and Broader Device Compatibility

The latest lineup of Samsung’s portable solid state drives feature a full metal design but looks are not everything. Functionality is and sporting a Type-C USB port, these drivers get a speed upgrade of peaking out at 540MB/s courtesy of the USB 3.1 Gen. 2 standard. In comparison, the T3 models were able to peak out at 450MB/s.

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Speed is not going to be your only ally in this battle but compatibility will also be taking your side. With the Samsung Portable SSD T5, the drives sport wider compatibility with Type-C to Type-A USB cables and Type-C to Type-C as well. It also provides a fair amount of protection as Samsung states that the new drives are able to handle drops of up to 6.6ft, which is equal to two meters.

The base model features 250GB of capacity and comes in at a price of $130. The highest capacity version goes all the way up to 2TB and if you want to make a purchase of any model, the source links have been provided below. With Type-C USB drives popularizing, it might be a very good idea to make a purchase knowing that this port is expected to take over computing devices in the foreseeable future.

Do you think the Portable SSD T5 purchases are an ideal purchase to combat your storage woes? Tell us your thoughts down in the comments.

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