As you probably know, SanDisk is doing very well in the field of modern-day SSD. That is why we also included it in the list of best 1TB SSD.
In this write, complete information about SanDisk Extreme Portable External SSD will be given. And I promise you that by reading this article you will get a lot of knowledge about Portable External SSD.
What’s In the Box.
|Interface||USB 3.1 Gen 2|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Item Weight||1.44 ounces|
|Dimensions of this Product||1.3 x 4 x 5 inches|
|Compatibility with||Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Mac OS X v10.7+|
|Computer/PC Memory Type||DDR3L-1600 SDRAM|
Why should you choose this SSD?
This SSD is best for professional work such as video edit, gaming. As you know, SanDisk is a 25 year leading company in memory technology and it is providing 550MB/s read speed.
And the biggest reason for choosing it is that it is a pocket-sized product, and it is much smaller than your smartphone.
How to start using?
After purchasing Samsung the SanDisk Extreme Portable External SSD elect the cable compatible with your device and connect with the SSD. I have given complete information about how you will connect SSD in PC below, ust read it and use your new SSD.
Step-1- Install the SanDisk SecureAccess software.
Step-3- Setup your Password for SSD, and also give a password hint. Then click “OK”.
Step-4- Now your SSD is redy to use, nter and use password before opening SSD.
FAQs on SanDisk Extreme Portable External SSD .
How to clean this SSD?
I advise you to clean it gently with a soft cloth. Do not use water, chemical substances or detergent yo clean.
How to Delete SanDisk SecureAccess software?
If you want to delete Samsung Portable SSD Software then Go to Control panel in Windows ➡️ All Programs ➡️ Programs and Features ➡️ Uninstall or change a program ➡️ Double-click on “SanDisk SecureAccess software” and select “Yes”
I have lost my password. Can I recover my Password?
Yes you can recover password. You can change the password with the password hint given while creating your password.