Did you ever think about how much it would cost for a piece of SSD portable drive few years back as it would cost a bomb if you ever own one. Purchasing a 2.5″ inch hard drive with capacities from 500MB to 3GB was a norm for storing your essential files, photos, videos or preferably act as backup media.
Well, reputable hard drive manufacturers are into new league in producing SSD portable drive at large scale as one day it would be widely acceptable by consumers. Prices of SSD would fall marginally over the years when it is widely perceived by storage users.
One example, Western Digital released portable SSD hard drive with capacities from 256GB up to 1TB in April 2017. They are generous to provide three years warranty as it doesn’t come cheap as compared to conventional 2.5″ inch hard drive.
Good news is that the SSD is backward compatible with USB2.0 and USB3.0 standard. Higher transfer rates in SSD media would of course this device is interface with latest USB3.1 standard.
You may fork out $99.99 for 256GB variant, $199.99 for 512GB and the largest capacity is 1TB would cost you $399.99.
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