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Costco Wholesale has Sandisk NVME Extreme Portable Solid State Drives on sale below. Shipping is free.

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Costco has Sandisk NVME Extreme Portable 1TB Solid State Drive - $99.99 ($40 off) Online & In-Store

Starts Nov 26 - Nov 29 (Early Start Nov 20)

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20SecA3 asked this question on 10-25-2021 at 10:45 AM
10-25-2021 at 10:45 AM
Very useful for photographers and videographers, as well as anyone who backs up files on location and/or edits on location.

Example: I'm a photographer who travels sometimes hundreds or thousands of miles away to shoot weddings, so I back up the cards via laptop to these SSDs the same night at the hotel.

Sometimes when I'm on vacation and it's a rainy day, I might stay in to cull weddings that may be as large as 300-400GB each. Hence, why I have multiple 2TB externals (some are SanDisk, some are NVMes slotted into a USB-C adapter).
11-13-2021 at 10:16 AM
I store Hyper-V virtual machines on mine. Write Speed 475-575MB per sec on Dell 5730 laptop, Read Speeds up to 640MB per sec.
HonestWinter8899 asked this question on 10-27-2021 at 11:56 AM
11-08-2021 at 11:27 AM
The newer one, because the spec: Up to 1050MB/s Read Speed, 1000MB/s Write Speed

Features:
Up to 1050MB/s Read Speed, 1000MB/s Write Speed
Ruggedized - Water & Dust Resistant
256-bit AES Password Encryption
Carabiner + 2-yr Recovery Software Subscription Included
11-20-2021 at 03:35 PM
This is a newer version and not an older one.
usercar007 asked this question on 11-12-2021 at 01:37 PM
11-13-2021 at 10:14 AM
It does get warm if left plugged in for several hours.
1v1ech asked this question on 11-08-2021 at 10:37 AM
11-17-2021 at 08:49 AM
Yes
bloodtypeb asked this question on 11-21-2021 at 01:52 PM
11-22-2021 at 10:56 AM
from this site, says YES.
https://electrek.co/shop/best-tesla-ssd-usb-storage/

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Um.. that was not their point. In fact, quite the opposite.

USB 3.1 Gen 2 has a max speed of 10Gbps (gigabits). That equals a theoretical max of 1.25GB/s (gigabytes) or 1250MB/s. Factor in 10-15% overhead for USB, which means that 1050/1000 MB/s is nearing the practical limit of the interface.

The drive inside is likely capable of higher speeds, but the USB interface is holding it back.
I'll save you a click. There's a current $30 off promo for 1TB and 2TB: $109.99 and $219.99. Pretty good if you don't want to wait another month to buy.
Very useful for photographers and videographers, as well as anyone who backs up files on location and/or edits on location.

Example: I'm a photographer who travels sometimes hundreds or thousands of miles away to shoot weddings, so I back up the cards via laptop to these SSDs the same night at the hotel.

Sometimes when I'm on vacation and it's a rainy day, I might stay in to cull weddings that may be as large as 300-400GB each. Hence, why I have multiple 2TB externals (some are SanDisk, some are NVMes slotted into a USB-C adapter).

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I'll save you a click. There's a current $30 off promo for 1TB and 2TB: $109.99 and $219.99. Pretty good if you don't want to wait another month to buy.
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YMMV but you could get a better deal on the 2TB from Best Buy if you get the 15% discount coupon for trading in an old flash drive and using the Citi cash back offer. Of course this depends on whether you have the Citi deal on your card.
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YMMV but you could get a better deal on the 2TB from Best Buy if you get the 15% discount coupon for trading in an old flash drive and using the Citi cash back offer. Of course this depends on whether you have the Citi deal on your card.
What's the Citi cash back deal? I don't see it in the app. I have a Costco citi card. Thx for the info
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What's the Citi cash back deal? I don't see it in the app. I have a Costco citi card. Thx for the info
It's been popular on SD for few weeks now
https://slickdeals.net/f/15308752-citi-offers-earn-50-back-on-a-purchase-of-200-or-more-at-best-buy-ymmv?src=SiteSearch
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YMMV but you could get a better deal on the 2TB from Best Buy if you get the 15% discount coupon for trading in an old flash drive and using the Citi cash back offer. Of course this depends on whether you have the Citi deal on your card.
Do you think you can return a flash drive or SD card for that coupon?
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Do you think you can return a flash drive or SD card for that coupon?
Someone in another thread said they got the coupon by turning in a free promotional flash drive they received.
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I got one of these on clearance at walmart, if things are the same these have a SN550 inside of them.
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I bought the 1TB from Costco. Still inside packaging. Guess I don't need it.
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Waiting to grab this offer to stick it to the back of my iMac 24" and mount it as permanent storage.
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Waiting to grab this offer to stick it to the back of my iMac 24" and mount it as permanent storage.
that's slick idea.. in for 2
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I'll save you a click. There's a current $30 off promo for 1TB and 2TB: $109.99 and $219.99. Pretty good if you don't want to wait another month to buy.
You could buy now and then ask for a price match when the sale kicks in. Also use PayPal key to get 5% cash back on chase freedom/flex
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what do you guys a portable 1TB for?
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