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Samsung launch the portable SSD T1 drive in India

We all love a good digital storage option, especially when it is super fast. Samsung launched a new portable SSD drive in India that is built for both security and speed. Called the Samsung Portable SSD T1, this portable Solid State Drive does look very nice.

The Samsung SSD T1 has 256 bit encryption that can keep your important files secure and safeguard them from any type of break-in. You can carry the drive easily with you as the drive is extremely portable at just 30 grams.

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The SSD T1 is available in three variants – 250 GB, 500 GB and 1TB. Samsung claims that these drives can transfer data by up to 7 times faster than a normal external HDD. Samsung SSD T1 has read-write speeds of up to 450MB/second, which is driven by TurboWrite Technology. By hard drives standards that is very quick.

“We live in a digital age and with the proliferation of smart devices, the need for storage is on a rapid rise. We needed to think beyond the existing storage options and provide our consumers with mobility, capacity and security of performance. The Samsung SSD T1 helps users manage their data on the go, offering faster speeds and saving precious time of the users” said Mr Anuj Jain, Senior Vice President, Enterprise Business, Samsung India Electronics Ltd.

The Samsung SSD T1 is available on online stores such as Amazon and Snapdeal. Soon they will be available on offline retail stores too. The price of these hard drives starts from Rs 11,899. This is certainly very steep as one can get 3-4 spindle driven external hard drives in the same price. However, they will not give you the same type of speed and security like this SSD T1 will.

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