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One of the disadvantages of owning a MacBook Air and getting into street photography in my free time is that I’m always short on storage space. In fact, the situation is so bad I couldn’t properly function without some sort of an external storage system – like a portable SSD drive for instance.
If you’re familiar with the problem I’m describing, you’d be delighted to know that Amazon is currently selling a 2TB SanDisk Extreme Portable SSD at the criminally low price of $269,99 – a full 61 percent off the original list price of $700. Did you already do the math? This means you could save a whopping $430 bucks if you act quick.
Alright, but why do I need this thing? Glad you asked, my friend. Here’s my list of sensible reasons:
- Frees up 2TB of extra space
- Boasts an ultra-compact body – 9.62cm x 4.95cm x 0.89cm
- Offers read speeds and write speeds of up to 550MB/s and 500MB/s, respectively
- Sports a gorgeous design
- Supports the USB 3.1 standard
- Works on both PC and Mac
- Comes with a three-year limited warranty
- Need I say more?
You can grab the 2TB SanDisk Extreme Portable SSD from Amazon by clicking here.
Don’t wait for too long, though: sweet deals like that are known to only last a limited time – and you certainly don’t wanna miss this one.
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Published August 1, 2019 — 08:41 UTC