Samsung has just unveiled a new 2TB Solid State Drive (SSD), the T3 range at the ongoing CES 2016. The T3 range SSD is the successor of the T1 range SSD unveiled at last year’s CES 2015. The T3 range has a much bigger storage capacity of up to 2TB, while the T1 range have a maximum storage capacity of 1TB.
In case, you’re a little confused about the naming of this super-ultra-thin, super portable and yet large storage SSDs. The Chinese translation of the name T2 presented somewhat of a pickle. So Samsung had to skip the name T2 and settle for the name T3. But that’s beside the point, let us looks at what specs are being tacked under that cute metallic housing.
The T3 range will come in 250GB, 500GB, 1TB and 2TB models, to suit your needs. While the predecessor, the T1 range released last year came with USB 3.0 support and in capacities ranges of 250GB, 500GB, and 1TB.
The T3 range SSD comes with file transfer speeds of up to 450MB/sec and has USB Type-C support. However, you can still …read more