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SanDisk Extreme 1TB Portable Solid State Drive SSD $119.99

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Costco has SanDisk Extreme 1TB Portable SSD Drive for $119.99
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https://www.costco.com/sandisk-ex...27741.html

SPECIFICATIONS:

Brand: SanDisk
Data Transfer Rate: 550 MB/Sec
Hard Drive Type: Portable
Includes: USB Cable
Interface Connectivity: USB 3.1
Interface Connectivity: USB-C
Model: SDSSDE60-1T00-AC
Number of USB Inputs: 1
Operating System: Mac OS
Operating System: Windows OS
Storage Capacity: 1 TB
Storage Drive Type: Solid State Drive (SSD)
Weight: 0.09 lb.
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Nice deal! THX!
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This a better buy than the ADATA 1TB i ordered for $126 just a few days ago? On paper it seems that ADATA is much faster and has higher IP rating but appreciate someone more knowledgeable chiming in
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This a better buy than the ADATA 1TB i ordered for $126 just a few days ago? On paper it seems that ADATA is much faster and has higher IP rating but appreciate someone more knowledgeable chiming in
SanDisk is much better and 300% more reliable.
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ADATA is a USB 3.2 device:
Faster Read/Write
Utilizing the USB 3.2 Gen 2 interface, the SE800 can hit read/write speeds of up to 1000 MB/s*, making data transfers fast and furious.

* For optimal performance, the host device must support USB 3.2 Gen 2 and have UASP mode enabled. Actual performance may vary depending on the host hardware and its software configurations. ( Test Platform: MSI Z390 gaming pro CABOM with Intel core i7-9700, Benchmark Software: ATTO v3.05 )

And similar SanDisk device would be:
SanDisk 1TB Extreme PRO [amazon.com]
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This a better buy than the ADATA 1TB i ordered for $126 just a few days ago? On paper it seems that ADATA is much faster and has higher IP rating but appreciate someone more knowledgeable chiming in
Was it the se800? Where did you find it for that price?
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Was it the se800? Where did you find it for that price?
ADATA SE800 1TB External Portable SSD
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Thank you. That is super fast. 2x faster than my 500gb sandisk that I am using as an external on my '18 Mac mini.

Edit: Wondering if I can get the advertised speeds. The mini has USB 3.1 Gen 2 (up to 10 Gbps) ports. Anyone care to speculate? Maybe I'll ask in the other thread.

Edit 2: Apparently, 'USB 3.2 gen 2' is the 'Technical term' for 'USB 3.1 gen 2', so they are actually the same thing. https://www.tomshardware.com/news...38699.html
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Been eyeing this exact ssd. Need it for upcoming travel footage. Costco had it at the best price point before also. I think they grey/silver color is exclusive to costco. Cant seem to find it anywhere else.

Either way thanks op
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will drives like this work on an MacBook with thunderbolt 2 with an adapter? Any suggestions?
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Nice find!

Lol I just bought last week a 1tb Samsung one with the Amazon 20% off..
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The asymmetry bothers me.
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This is a great "on the go" drive. I've been able edit short format 4k pieces from it. If you want a faster version of this, it's gonna cost you.

SanDisk 1TB Extreme PRO Portable External SSD - Up to 1050MB/s - USB-C, USB 3.1 - SDSSDE80-1T00-A25 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07YFGS...tEb5G2J8X3

SPECS
-Up to 1050MB/s transfer speeds**
-Ruggedized: IP55 rating for dust- and water-resistance(1)
-Up to 1TB* of space for full libraries of content
-Lightweight and pocket-sized for portability
-Works with PC and Mac computers, and USB-C and USB-A(2) inputs
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Any idea if this would work as a primary drive on an iMac? Sick of my slow fusion drive.
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You can really carry it in the rear of the backpack like in the pic?! Really shock, rust, water resistant?!

How long do those last how many years? Kind of tired of burning movies to discs, maybe I will get something like this to store movies.
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