Corsair: here is EX100U, the portable SSD up to 4 TB

Matteo De Filippi

Corsair has recently announced the arrival of EX100U, the portable SSD equipped with a USB Type-C Gen2 x2 socket with storage up to 4 TB

Corsair, US company leader in the sector of the most advanced components for gamers, content creators and PC assemblers, has recently presented its new ultra-thin external storage unit, Corsair EX100U. Available in capacities ranging from 500GB up to even 4 TB, the EX100U can hold an incredible amount of data in an ultra-compact pocket size. But let’s go in order and take a closer look at this new device.

Everything you need to know about Corsair’s new EX100U SSD

This device uses a higher bandwidth connection USB Type-C Gen2 x2. This allows you to have one data transfer rate up to 20 Gbps. With sequential read up to 1,600MB / sec and sequential write up to 1,500MB / sec, we’ll be able to move stunning 4K videos in seconds, do intensive video and photo editing or play the latest titles, whatever their size.

Thanks to incredibly slim profile and a footprint smaller than a credit card, the EX100U can be used on the PC, Mac or console of your choice. The unit comes with a supplied with both USB Type-C to Type-C and Type-C to Type-A cables. This way it can offer broad compatibility with all modern devices through a simple plug-and-play setup, so it can work right out of the box.

A handy protective cap for the storage drive’s USB Type-C connector protects it from damage in transit. Precisely in this sense, we want to point out that the warranty issued by Corsair is equal to 3 years. The storage drive is available immediately in the Corsair online store and through the network of authorized resellers and distributors around the world. Prices vary from 139,99 €, for the 1 TB version, a 619,99 € for the 4 TB one. What do you think of this new SSD? Let us know yours in the comments. In order not to miss further news related to the hardware universe, continue to follow the pages of everything!

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