Samsung’s latest external drive comes with lightning-fast transfer speeds
Samsung recently announced a new external drive model — the T5. The Samsung T5 Portable SSD increases data transfer speeds to the highest level, offering users a new experience in external storage.
Samsung T5 Portable SSD specs & features
The metal design and its rounded unibody fit comfortably in the palm of your hand. The T5 comes in two variants, both aluminum finishes: the blue models for 250 GB and 500 GB and the dark black 1 TB or 2 TB models. The T5 is smaller than the average business card, and it weighs only 51 grams, and it is only 10.5 mm thick. It can handle drops of up to 2 meters.
The T5 provides transfer speeds of up to 540 MB/s with its Samsung V-NAND flash memory and a USB 3.1 gen 3 interface. Such speed is up to 4.9 times faster than usual external HDDs. The high speed will also be mirrored in much faster transfers and backups of large sized-data including hi-res photos and 4K videos.
You will be able to keep your data secure with the optional password protection with AES 256-bit hardware encryption.
You can connect the device easily to a vast range of systems including PCs, Macs, smartphones and more. It comes embedded with new and intuitive software for both PCs and Macs, and you will be able to get the latest firmware updates. You can download the mobile app for Android tablets and smartphones as well.
The T5 Portable SSD offers you simple and efficient access to your data, and you’ll be able to complete your tasks on the move and get things done wherever you will go.
You can purchase the Samsung T5 Portable external SDD from Amazon.
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