Hyundai H2S 750GB USB3.0 mobile external SSD drive at CCL Online for £162.95
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Hyundai H2S 750GB USB3.0 mobile external SSD drive at CCL Online for £162.95

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Found 19th Nov
750GB capacity external SSD drive, with USB3/USB2 connectivity. Niche, but could be good for carting large amounts of media around if you don't want to be handcuffed to the speed of a HDD. Free delivery.

This is an SSD drive, not a HDD. Please don't make the mistake of comparing the price to that of an external HDD.

Here's a review of the 128GB model. From that review: "What is more surprising is the comparison to another USB 3.0 drive which doesn’t have an SSD under the hood. The HS2 blew our Samsung S3 USB 3.0 drive out of the water, showing that having super-fast MLC NAND flash and an SSD controller has key advantages when it comes to read and write transfer rates."
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NOTE: available in a number of colours for the same price...
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8 Comments

Useful for speeding up an HDD only iMac.

A car manufacturer making computer accessories

JC19971 h, 16 m ago

A car manufacturer making computer accessories


Isn't it the next logical step, now that Google and Apple develop self-driving cars?
It makes me wonder whether these predictions by GM about cars crashing randomly will finally become reality:
www-users.cs.york.ac.uk/sus…htm

do these have sata or m.2 ssd inside?

groppo12 h, 54 m ago

do these have sata or m.2 ssd inside?



Yes can we take this apart and use as an internal drive? and it is a 2.5 or M.2 drive and sata or PCIE?

OK a bit of investigation and it seems it has 2.5 SATA SD in it, the smaller drives have a "HG5d" which has about 500 MB/s read and write. Am still trying to see what drive the 750GB is

JC199716 h, 23 m ago

A car manufacturer making computer accessories



In South Korea, Hyundai makes many things.

Wonder if this SSD comes with a 5 year unlimited mile warranty?

jomay20 h, 11 m ago

Isn't it the next logical step, now that Google and Apple develop …Isn't it the next logical step, now that Google and Apple develop self-driving cars? It makes me wonder whether these predictions by GM about cars crashing randomly will finally become reality:https://www-users.cs.york.ac.uk/susan/joke/crash.htm

​Woo a York uni computer science department link hehe
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