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|Package Weight||0.85 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||6.6 x 5.0 x 1.9"|
|Performance||Sequential read and write speeds up to 850 MB/s|
|Compatibility||Windows 8.1, 8, 7, and Vista Mac OS 10.4+ No drivers needed|
|Weight||0.46 lb / 0.21 kg|
|Dimensions||0.70 x 3.25 x 5.25" / 17.78 x 82.55 x 133.35 mm|
|Interface||USB 3.1 (10 Gb/s)|
Rugged, fast and capacious, the SanDisk Extreme 900 Portable SSD is an excellent portable drive.
The SanDisk Extreme 900 Portable SSD is super fast, and includes both a USB-C cable and a regular USB cable, so it'll work with all USB ports for the foreseeable future.
The drive is large and slightly more expensive compared to competing drives. The three-year warranty is too short.
If you need a large-capacity external SSD for large sequential files, the SanDisk Extreme 900 delivers the highest performance available at this time. If your workload involves less data, then the performance drops due to the internal RAID configuration, which is not fast enough to keep up with...
This drive offers high performance when transferring large-block-size data, but you need to have the additional hardware to take advantage of the throughput speeds. USB 3.1 Generation 2 is new to market, and very few computers ship with the interface right now because it's a premium option.
Pricing is consistent with what we would expect, but we would like to see a reduction. The drive is bulky compared to the Samsung T3 that also ships in a 2TB capacity, size but the Extreme 900 uses two SATA SSDs in RAID 0, so it has to be larger.
After a long wait, the first consumer product with USB 3.1 support is finally here: the Sandisk Extreme 900. This external SSD can reach much higher speeds than the previous generation of external drives, thanks to the new interface.
Our first look at the mighty impressive performance of USB 3.1 Gen 2 starts with the Extreme 900 portable SSD from SanDisk. Love high performance? Read on.
With USB 3.1 and Type-C starting to become a bit more common, it is about time we start to see devices really take advantage of it. Today, we are taking a look at the SanDisk Extreme 900, a 480GB portable SSD using the USB Type-C connector, can this drive really offer 9x the performance of a...
I love this hard drive, though I may not be the best one to review it. I used it to back up music, photos, ebooks and documents from my 6 year old desktop PC that my son built for me. My machine is not fast, but I am amazed by how quickly I was able to back up 30 GB of data.
SanDisk Extreme 900 Portable SSD 960GB SDSSDEX2-960G-G25 is fast. This device transfers huge files at incredible speeds. This works faster than a thunderbolt easily. It is well made physically as well. Rubberized exterior makes it more resistant to damage and looks good as well.
This is an awesome product, different than others I have and so much better. We have three computers in our home so this external drive proved to be ever so useful. it is very fast and literally moves large files in seconds. Talk about instant and that describes this product.
This is what you've been waiting for. Stop debating. As I write this, its the fastest external drive you can buy. Will it eventually be passed by something else? Yup. But by then the price of that new one will be outrageous as you are possibly debating the price of the Extreme 900.
FAST! That's the primary word necessary for this review. The SanDisk Extreme 900 Portable SSD will take a slow computer and make it faster; it will take a fast computer and make it super fast! 960G may not sound like much, but rather than a disk, this technology is solid state. No moving parts.
Do you feel the need for speed? That's what this SSD drive is all about. I was quite impressed watching a 20 GB video transfer in less than 2 minutes. Testing it on my Mac, I found that large media files transferred at least 3 times as fast as they did on my standard Western Digital external drive.
Love it. It blazes! Reliable.
I use thunderbolt 3 from Dell XPS 15.6 4K model to test this drive Read reach only 240 mb/s and write around 350 mb/s. They are far below the 850 mb/s speed.
I am using it for Time Machine backup of a 2015 5k iMac. First backup of 400 GB (half of files were photos) went at about a consistent 200 mb/sec from the 1 TB ssd hard drive of the iMac. This includes write times, which are, of course, slower than read times, so I was pleased overall.
I have an Origin EON15-X Pro Laptop which I ordered back in January running Windows 10 x64 Pro. The system sees something plugged into the USB 3.1 port but it doesn't recognize the drive so I am forced to use it on the USB 3.0 port. The USB 3.0 performance is fair.