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SanDisk Extreme Pro 4TB Portable NVMe SSD up to 2000MB/s Ruggedised Water-Resistant £399.31 at Amazon

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  • Save time storing and transferring data with powerful NVMe solid state performance featuring 2000MB/s read and 2000MB/s write speeds
  • A forged aluminum chassis acts as a heatsink to deliver higher sustained speeds in a portable drive that’s tough enough to take on any adventure
  • Travel worry-free with a 5-year limited warranty (See official SanDisk website) and a forged aluminum chassis-silicon shell combo that offers a premium feel and added protection
  • Up to two-meter drop protection and IP55 water and dust resistance, and a handy carabiner loop for securing your drive all deliver extra peace of mind when you’re out in the world
  • Help keep private content private with the included password protection featuring 256‐bit AES hardware encryption (Password protection uses 128-bit AES encryption and is supported by Windows 8, Windows 10 and macOS v10.9+ (Software download required for Mac, see official SanDisk website))
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  1. Adddddd's avatar
    This was £21 last year!

    (Or at least one of them were) (edited)
    jbonthe's avatar
    Inflation eh!!
  2. taffyjock1's avatar
    Hard to justify the £100 - £150 premium over 2 separate drives and 2 equipment caddies for regulat users.

    Maybe people in television production? Happy to be schooled though.
    mtodak's avatar
    Start with comparing speeds.
  3. amb47uk's avatar
    Looks a very good price

    Is the best way to use this through USB C slot then? How would read/write speeds compare to a decent ssd via sata ?

    Thinking of potentially using this as a drive to capture 4k video on PC, then transfer to a mac to edit on the fly. Seems better than an expensive network setup.
  4. medialook's avatar
    This is excellent price. I'm using already two of these drives (2tb each) for my video editing. This will be third one with a double capacity.
  5. adam.mt's avatar
    Seems a big premium (~£150) compared to buying an M2 drive and separate USB enclosure. Might be more durable (haven't checked); is it genuinely worth the extra? (edited)
    medialook's avatar
    There is always someone who can make it cheaper.
  6. RedRain's avatar
    Good price for speeds and size but unless you need those speeds cheaper options are about have some heat op
  7. amour3k's avatar
    Well, apart from it's water capabilities + shock absorbsion, etc, abilities, and wotnots?

    How's the SanDisk Extreme Pro, compare with that of speed capacities of that of the Crucial X8?

    Found here:


    And for significantly cheaper at the time too - and for the same 4TB of SSD storage as well, (each), etc?.

    Genuine question.

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