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    HP SSD P600 Portable (3XJ08AA#ABC) 1TB Black

    21,000.00 (RS)
    High performance with up to 560MB/s read speeds Equipped with a USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10GB/s) Type-C connector, and also includes USB Type-C to Type-A cable, and USB Type-A to Type-C adapter Designed to work with Windows, Mac, and Android systems that have a USB Type-C Manufactured to HP’s high quality standards and fully tested and certified in HP Laboratories…
    SKU: B07B2ZK25F
    Supplied By: Discount Store

    HP is, of course, better known for its printers and PCs, but the company also maintains a low-key stable of flash storage. With its utilitarian Portable SSD P500 (starts at $74.99 for 500GB; $109.99 for the 1TB model we tested), the company brings the go-anywhere portability, sturdy design, and snappy speeds of today’s external SSDs to its budget-line offerings. It may be a subpar performer for gaming (and when compared to cutting-edge external SSDs like Seagate FireCuda Gaming SSD), but this SSD will do a workable job under normal usage conditions and comes with a decent three-year warranty. It doesn’t do much to separate itself from the pack on price, performance, or design versus contenders from ADATA, Crucial, Samsung, and WD, but it’s a perfectly serviceable pick if you find it on sale.

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    HP is, of course, better known for its printers and PCs, but the company also maintains a low-key stable of flash storage. With its utilitarian Portable SSD P500 (starts at $74.99 for 500GB; $109.99 for the 1TB model we tested), the company brings the go-anywhere portability, sturdy design, and snappy speeds of today’s external SSDs to its budget-line offerings. It may be a subpar performer for gaming (and when compared to cutting-edge external SSDs like Seagate FireCuda Gaming SSD), but this SSD will do a workable job under normal usage conditions and comes with a decent three-year warranty. It doesn’t do much to separate itself from the pack on price, performance, or design versus contenders from ADATA, Crucial, Samsung, and WD, but it’s a perfectly serviceable pick if you find it on sale.

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