The Portable and Sleek Seagate Fast SSD

by Tech Mainstream Staff


April 25, 2019


The Portable and Slender Seagate Fast SSDSeagate Fast SSD, Image Credit: Seagate


Available in 250GB, 500GB, 1TB and 2TB storage capacity, the Seagate Fast SSD is a compact portable SSD equipped with USB-C. Compact and sleek in design the Seagate Fast SSD is "lightweight, shock resistant, and can easily withstand the bumps and bruises of any commute."

The Seagate Fast SSD is specifically designed for personal and portable storage. With USB-C connectivity the Fast SSD is quick: "Maximum sequential read/write speeds make for some of the quickest file transfers possible." The maximum sequential read/write speeds equal 540/500MB/s.

The Seagate Fast SSD gives future-proof compatibility: "As the number of devices that use USB-C increases, you’ll always be ready to upgrade without missing a beat." Another plus is the Fast SSD is PC and Mac compatible right out-of-the-box.

Fast SSD file and project backup is easy with backup and folder mirroring software where file additions, deletions or changes are automatically detected and backed up with the latest changes. A 2-month complimentary membership to Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan is also included in the SSD package: "Edit photos with a powerful and easy-to-use interface on Lightroom CC. Combine images into rich, multilayered artwork with Photoshop CC." 

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