DON’T Buy A Portable Drive Without Watching This…

Samsung T5 Portable SSD (USA Link) – http://amzn.to/2w85L4x
Samsung T5 Portable SSD (International) – http://geni.us/2vRIqF

The Samsung T5 portable SSD might be the perfect solution for ultra portable media transfer. With speeds of up to 540MB/s it’s easily capable of editing 4K video footage. It comes in various capacities including 250GB, 500GB, 1TB and 2TB. Also of note, the 250GB and 500GB drives come in the bright bluish tone shown in this video. The larger 1TB and 2TB version of the drive are black.

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Comments

Brian Martin says:

Is there a significant speed difference w/ the USB 3.0?

blue bendy_ says:

Well a real size laptop like my thinkpad have normal usb still today

René van Oyen says:

According to the title… So what are you trying to tell?… Nothing new at least.

Julius Almodal says:

Can I use this directly to iPhone? Hope you read this. Thanks. 🙂

Sebastian Diaz says:

Would this be good for running Steam and emulators off of? That’s all I need to know, because Steam, and some of the emulators I use are massive files, and if this speeds things up, that’ll be great.

terry Hunt says:

Thats kool man

Bonswally says:

What a knob

Miguel Sanchez says:

It sucks I’m not allowed to do anything anymore before watching a youtube video first

Cairo Corea says:

Will it work on my Samsung galaxy s7 using Otg?

TheFsandt says:

Can’t he hold his hands still, he talks more with them than an Italian…pfff

dr32000 says:

How do you use it with an iPad pro?

LIAUW Jasper says:

In Hong Kong if u buy 2tb it cost about 250 usd

joseph gomez says:

31 minutes for time machine to back up 42.56 Gigs

jay ch says:

Can i install a software and use it like a c or e drive in my laptop?

Gavin Hu says:

still can’t beat cloud storage

RoomerJ says:

I hate that so many manufacturers are taking advantage of the uneducated. This overpriced hardware kick they seem to be hooked on the past couple years is getting old.

crazypaco says:

Lew, what happen to your lips?

Unbox Therapy says:

McDonald’s sent me a very strange thing… https://youtu.be/hpMtRs2yaRk?list=PL7u4lWXQ3wfI_7PgX0C-VTiwLeu0S4v34

Brian Bell says:

Can you use it as an external storage for a PS4, XB1, Wii U, or Switch?

tablatronix says:

is it backward compatible usb ?

I Like Tech Man says:

my laptop doesn t have enough storage to get more storage……….

michael Ryan says:

???$170????

Fire Koala_963 says:

too late…

TheSonicFan4 says:

$220? No thanks.

DerParadonym says:

wow – that’s a huge external SSD… (no joke) PNY SSD, half the size – still 450 MB/s, WD passport SSD little bit more than PNY – but still 500 MB/s… but that Samsung thing is huge…

Fluffe King says:

I use Samsung 850 PRO SSD with a SATA to USB connector AND have WindowsToGo installed. This is one of the best thing I have done in my life so far.

Amithkumar BG says:

Lol what is going on man

J Pol says:

Your videos are interesting but I have a really stupid question. Why is it that most small devices can’t read larger chips or drives? So many times you see something like, “this device will take up to 32K of memory” for example, so what happens when you put in 64K or a larger portable drive? Can it still read the files, and if not, why would it be limited? (I can’t remember what happened when Iast did that but it seems some devices can handle it regardless and some can’t.

Is it mainly the RAM capability that limits it? I would think that as long as it has enough memory to just be able to read the list of files, anything should load as long as you only load one file at a time. Is it because even though a program may only require a little bit of memory, it requires a whole lot more extra memory to run that program? If so, has anything like portable RAM been invented for a small device yet, that might be attachable to either the device or to a large memory drive that would allow you to expand the RAM so almost anything you attach would work? If anyone would know this, you might, since you seem to discover some pretty unique technical inventions. The idea of taking something apart and and adding to or replacing the internal memory chip in a small device seems like far more trouble than it’s worth, if it’s even possible in most small devices.

JuanAndresRocks -Videos says:

Tanners brother

Cheelo Chinyundo says:

Click bait title… foolish! Stop it

Renulata Singh says:

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Damian says:

Can you give me one

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