CES 2015: Samsung Shows Off New Portable SSD

CES 2015 Samsung Shows Off New Portable SSDSamsung, perhaps more than any other company in Las Vegas, garnered some of the hottest headlines out of the opening hours of the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show.

Samsung instantly scored points with attendees by unveiling the ultra-impressive Samsung Portable SSD T1 — an attractive external portable solid state drive (SSD) that represents what the tech giant calls “a new standard of storage for today’s digital life.”

Designed for speed and security without sacrificing style, the Portable SSD T1 is ideal for business travelers, creative professionals and content creators with a need for secure local storage they can take on-the-go and use to quickly transfer large amounts of data.

The product is available in 250(GB), 500GB and 1(TB) storage capacities.

Samsung says the Portable SSD T1 will launch globally in 15 countries across the United States, European and Asian markets later this month.

“The Portable SSD T1 allows users to store their entire digital portfolio locally in one place, take it with them anywhere and have blazing fast access to their data, all without worrying about reliability or security,” said Unsoo Kim, Senior Vice President of Branded Product Marketing, Memory Business at Samsung Electronics. “Our digital lives demand storage that surpasses the limits of existing options, which require consumers to compromise, when it comes to mobility, capacity, security or performance. The Portable SSD T1 overcomes the drawbacks of alternative options on every major pain point, making it the next external storage device of choice.”