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CES 2015: Samsung's tiny T1 SSD portable supports up to 1TB

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 06 Jan 2015 19:48 User comments (2)

CES 2015: Samsung's tiny T1 SSD portable supports up to 1TB Samsung has announced a new portable SSD that is the size of a credit card and almost just as light.
The new T1 supports storage up to 1TB, has built-in security software and supports AES 256-bit data encryption giving it a leg up over other drives especially in regards to privacy.

At 2.1 x 2.8 x 0.36 inches and 0.9 ounces, the drive is tiny and can be carried around easily. Due to being an SSD, the T1 has a (sequential) transfer rate at 450 MB/s - impressive speeds.

Of course, speed, style and security in one package don't come cheap. The 250GB model will set you back $179, the 500GB model costs $299 and the 1TB model will lighten your wallet by $599. The drives start shipping on January 20th.

Source:
Mashable

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2 user comments

16.1.2015 20:50

does it self destruct if my secret stash has been compromised?


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27.1.2015 11:19

Originally posted by DXR88:
does it self destruct if my secret stash has been compromised?
No but it will emit a gas, Instantly Toxic, to all Carbon Based life forms.

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