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    Living on the cutting edge is never cheap, and Dell's new Thunderbolt drive proves that point.

    For external and portable storage solution, nothing really beats the cheap, relatively fast, and tiny USB thumb drive. For just $20 you can grab 16GB of premium SanDisk Extreme flash drive with "up to" 190MB/s transfer speeds.
    But what if you need real power with some serious storage capacity? USB Type-C portable drives have been around for some time, but peaking at just 10GB/s with USB 3.1 Gen 2, they don't come close to theoretical speeds of Thunderbolt 3 at 40GB/s.
    Enter the Dell Portable Thunderbolt 3 solid-state drives (SSDs). While they are far from cheap, these are the portable drives you want if you do a lot of massive file transfers.

    Full story from the WindowsCentral blog...
    06-26-2018 09:10 AM

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