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Transcend's New External SSD Brings Second-Generation USB 3.1 Protocol Speeds

Gradually, external SSDs are becoming more common and affordable, and the best part, without forgetting the feature that makes them more attractive: speed. This new creation of Transcend Don't run away rule.

The manufacturer recently launched its newest portable SSD, from code ESD350C, with some really cool cards up his sleeve. For starters, it supports USB 3.1 Gen 2 (second generation) protocol speeds, which means that files can be transferred at up to 1.05GB / s a ‚Äč‚Äčleap from USB 3.1 Gen 1 and should party professionals working, for example, with 4K or 8K video files.

The drive has a USB-C port and can be used on both computers with the same type of interface and machines with USB-A inputs. The box comes with both types of cable so you don't need adapters. In addition, it has a removable rubberized blue silicone coating that protects your files from impact.

The Transcend ESD350C is now available for sale on Amazon in three capacities: 240GB ($ 100), 480GB ($ 130) and 960GB ($ 210). Unfortunately, the retailer does not yet ship the peripherals for shipment to Brazil, but they may be a good option to import if you need an accessory that doesn't weigh too much in your pocket.