Samsung’s New T3 is a Portable SSD with size smaller than Business Card

Samsung’s New T3 is a Portable SSD with a size smaller than Business CardSamsung has made an announcement about the launching of Portable SSD T3, which can provide users a storage capacitance up to 2 terabytes.

The newly launched palm-sized external solid state drive (SSD) is fabricated with the company’s sole SSD TurboWrite and Vertical NAND (V-NAND) expertise. The new external drive provides superior performance by letting users to effortlessly and speedily forward and accumulate hefty multimedia files crosswise a lot of devices.

Samsung's New T3 is a Portable SSD with size smaller than Business Card

Un-Soo Kim, a senior Vice President at Samsung Electronics stated, “Following the successful worldwide launch of the Portable SSD T1 in 2015, we made several significant upgrades to the T3 based on the feedback and needs of our customers.”

“As such, the T3 delivers the outstanding performance, storage capacity and durability needed from an external storage device for today’s mobile lifestyle, without compromising on style or security. It’s the new portable external storage drive users can depend on in any situation or environment.”

Computer users are more and more reliant on exterior storage sources in order to stock up a large quantity of data that can also be utilized on numbers of devices without any problems.

A lot of users wish for the ease of carrying around their external hard drives. Samsung has fabricated the transportable solid state drive T3 keeping in mind the rising mobile standard of living of citizens. At just 50 grams, the new solid state drive is easy to carry and smaller as against a standard business card.

The solid state drives are also securer as compared to HDDs, as the former do not contain moving parts. The users can have peacefulness with solid state drives as info kept is safe completely. The info will not get damaged or lost from irregular drops and bumps. The inner frame and the metal casing of the Samsung’s new solid state drive are also shockproof, adding to the toughness of the newly rolled out device.

The company will introduce the new SSD T3 during February 2016.

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