However, the maximum capacity has topped out at 128GB (examples: SanDisk UltraFit, Samsung Flash Drive Fit, and the Mushkin Atom) till now. It is similar to the other My Passport Wireless devices that we have seen before, with an emphasis on PC-free operation. Kingston's 2 TB flash drive itself costs $1,409.71 at Amazon and that's the discounted price- its full value costs $1,649.99.
The My Passport Wireless SSD has a couple features on it that have started to crop up on a number of other devices, and that's an integrated SD card reader so you can backup files quickly just by popping the card in. The Sandisk Extreme Portable SSD and My Passport Wireless SSD are created to be used out in the field by "avid photographers and drone enthusiasts". Four capacity points - 250GB, 500GB, 1TB, and 2TB - are being launched, with pricing set at $130, $200, $400, and TBD respectively.
The new drives are listed on SanDisk's website but are not yet in stock. It's a USB 3.1 Gen 1 drive with read speeds of up to 130MB/s. It also has an IP55 rating which makes it light, rain, dust and splash proof.
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USB-C offers faster transfer rates than USB 3.0, too, so transferring huge chunks of files will be quicker compared to a regular flash drive. SanDisk was acquired by hard drive manufacturer Western Digital in a US$19 billion deal back in 2016. The new devices comes with a shock-resistant SSD inside and allows access to content from the My Cloud mobile app. The contents of the drive can be easily accessible using the built-in wireless 802.11ac WiFi connection. They are priced at $21.99 around ₹1,400, $34.99 around ₹2,200, $59.99 around ₹3,800, $119.99 around ₹7,600 and $149.99 around ₹9,550 respectively. It is also available in 4 Variants i.e. 256 GB, 500 GB, 1TB, 2TB.
Western Digital has launched a new range of rugged and portable SSDs.