The Samsung T3 Portable SSD is a portable SSD, its size is a little wider than a credit card (74 x 58 x 10.5 mm) which can carry up to 2 TB of data for the most demanding users, all in a compact size with high speed. This small Portable SSD uses proprietary memory of the company, the V-NAND, SSD TurboWrite technology with USB 3.1 interface, the unit promises a maximum transfer rate up to 450 Mbps so it can move data of gigabytes in less than a minute.

Samsung T3 Portable SSD, portable USB 3.1


All models offer a 256-bit AES encryption hardware that provides a high level of security, thanks to an application available on Android, so it can be used on any mobile device with Windows and Mac computers, supporting falling from 2 meters high, high temperatures, and are backed by  a warranty of three years.  Samsung Portable SSD T3 will be available from February.

The 1TB version of Samsung’s T1 was roughly $600 at launch and you can currently pick up a SanDisk 2TB portable SSD — which is much larger, but also has almost double the read/write speeds of Samsung’s portable drives — for around $800.

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