In the last few years, we have seen a rapid advancement in the flash disk technology where there have also been a rise of USB 3.0 which has brought in some high speed on computer navigation. The storage units which have been available are performing so well also having a high capacity. Users have been able to transfer data with these units and they hold quite a large space and therefore, there is no trouble when one is in the middle of the process. Among the many companies in the field of electronics, Samsung became the first one to enter into this field of external SSD by introduction of a portable SSD T1 during the annual Consumer Electronics Show, CES 2015.Samsung’s T1 is a light in weight gadget only weighing 30g.The electronic gadget has a small size which enables the user to easily carry it in the pocket and even not realize that it is in there. The manufacturers have been able to squeeze 1TB into this fine disk which is a job well done. Its look is outstanding with its outside plastic covering having a diamond pattern. With the number of videos, songs, pictures and some other stuff one can store in this device, it is amazing that you will just be finding yourself in search of more being able to store them all where you can also transfer them to another device such as a laptop and enjoy having the view in there.The new 3D V-NAND memory also from Samsung is what the SSD relies on to see that it comes with capacities as high as 1 TB, 500 GB and 250 GB. TurboWrite Technology has been used to see that the performance is superb and that the gadget will be able to withstand the excessive heating and also some heavy workloads which may occur in the whole process.Installing Samsung’s T1 SSD for use is very easy where you will be required to set a password in the setup so that it can be well protected. Once you do this, you will always be required to enter the password whenever you plug it in for use.
What's my model number?
There are several ways to locate your model number:
- Option 1
- On your device, go to Settings, then "About device" and scroll down to "Model number"
- Option 2
- Often times you can view the model number inside the device, by removing the battery
- Option 3
- Using Samsung's model/serial number location tool