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Crucial X6 USB 3.2 Type-C Portable SSD: 500GB $45,1TB $80, 2TB $142.50, 4TB $354.34 ; LaCie Rugged Mini USB 3.0 Portable External HDD: 1TB $55, 4TB $105, 5TB $150 & More + F/S
- Crucial X6 USB 3.2 Type-C Portable Solid State Drive
- LaCie Rugged Mini USB 3.0 Portable External Hard Drive
- 2TB LaCie Rugged USB 3.2 Type-C Portable Solid State Drive + 5-year Warranty w/ Data Recovery $400
- WD Elements USB 3.0 Portable External Hard Drive
- Seagate USB 3.0 Portable External Hard Drive + 1 Year Rescue Service
If you want to use it to play PS5 games, it doesn't work.
For archiving purposes, the nonvolatile nature of flash drives and flash cards would allow them to last longer (Most estimates I’ve seen say about 10 years).
Spinning external disks (magnetic memory) are a sweet spot for archiving as they are cheap for the size. The data is safe as long as long as they don’t come near strong electromagnets or electrical shorting. Their only pitfall is that the motor that spins the disk and the read head movement are moving parts that could break down with age/use. But they should last longer than a decade with care.