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mood posted a topic in Technology NewsWestern Digital and SanDisk announce 4TB portable SSDs Western Digital and its subsidiary SanDisk typically have some pretty interesting products to show off at CES, having previously shown an 8TB portable SSD and a 1TB flash drive, for example. This year, the companies are staying a bit more grounded with the introduction of real products, launching a new lineup of 4TB portable SSDs, the first with that capacity from the company. The 4TB offerings come from a variety of product families, targeting different use cases and usage scenarios. First, and most af
I was lucky enough to have our IT department give me a couple of these devices that they received for testing but that they didn't want. I took one and used WintoUSB to create a portable windows drive using a virtual machine vhd file of Windows 10 LTSC as the source. I was surprised when I booted the drive how fast it was compared to actual windows to go devices. The device is small enough to be carried in a pocket and lightweight. I would consider buying several, but larger than the 250GB I was given, if they continue to perform as they have initially performed. Here is the da
Karlston posted a topic in Technology NewsSanDisk shows off 8TB portable SSD and more at CES CES is the stage for both real products that may be coming soon and wild prototypes that aren't quite feasible yet. For the past couple of years, SanDisk has had some interesting prototypes, like a 4TB flash drive that it showed off last year. This year, it's doing it again with an 8GB portable SSD that has the added bonus of supporting 20Gbps speeds over USB. According to the company, the device still fits in a pocket, so you can carry around massive amounts of data and transfer it relatively quickly. Or yo