The biggest and fastest storage device by Samsung is here.

Samsung has quite recently  announced its first portable 2 TB SSD, the Portable SSD T3.

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Features of the Samsung Portable SSD T3

Samsung Portable SSD T3 has been launched with a number of incredible and exciting features.

It is accompanied with a USB Type-C port which will be one of the first SSDs to support the Type-C standard.

The drive can be shared between all the newest and most recent portables that have Type-C ports.

If we talk about its portability then it’s extremely portable, weighs about 2 ounces and is 2.9″ long.

It can put up with drops of 2 meters and in addition 1500g of force.

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Samsung’s portable device has an identical read and write speeds of 450 MB/ second utilizing V-NAND  memory.

It may not be one of the quickest devices we know but for a portable storage device it is a plus point.

It looks a considerable measure like the first-gen iPhone.

Samsung always make sure to provide its users with a whole lot of options. Just in case if 2 TB is a bit more for you can go for 250 GB, 500 GB and 1 TB choices. Secure things can be ensured through AES-256 bit hardware protection.

That is sufficiently not about it. Samsung portable accompanies its own particular Android companion app as well, which ought to make data transfers more consistent.

The sales of this new and amazing SSD will commence one month from now  in “select” market with “worldwide” availaibility said to take action accordingly sooner rather than later.

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Samsung’s new innovation is expected to fall under the range of $800 as SanDisk’s comparable and faster solutions likewise retail around $800 proclaimed  by Engadget and others report.

Samsung’s 1 TB T1 (declared a year ago) cost $600 at first also. Speed vs portability is the thing you need to look for while choosing between SanDisk and Samsung SSDs for capacity needs.

Sales of the new SSD will kick off next month in “select” markets, with “worldwide” availability said to follow suit in the near future.