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Start saving with the tiny Sabrent Rocket Nano 512GB portable SSD at its best price to date

Sabrent Rocket Nano
Sabrent Rocket Nano

Time to save some money, create some space, and keep your media with you anywhere you go! The Sabrent Rocket Nano 512GB USB 3.2 portable solid state drive (opens in new tab) is down to $99.99 at Newegg. That's $80 off its retail price and an all-new historic low for the portable SSD. The deal is only available today, though, and applies just to the silver version.

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The Nano's built-in USB 3.2 interface provides speeds of up to 1000 MB/s, 9x faster than traditional external HDDs, so you can transfer and backup large data files and 4K videos in seconds. Discounted today only.

The deal given is no longer valid and we do not have a better one. However, we have found some similar deals

Sabrent internal and external solid state drives

Sabrent internal and external solid state drives (opens in new tab)

Up to 25% off

Get an internal NVMe Sabrent Rocket SSD for as low as $90 or a portable Sabrent Rocket Nano for as little as $119. The capacities range from 500GB to 2TB. Some options even come with a heatsink for better cooling. Enhance your storage right now!

Sabrent internal and external solid state drives

Sabrent internal and external solid state drives (opens in new tab)

Up to 25% off

Get a 500GB NVMe M.2 SSD for as low as $90 or bump it up to 2TB for $300. Go with an external SSD for travel ranging between $119 and $247. The high end versions include a more rugged shell for added water resistance and durability.

Sabrent Rocket 1TB to 4TB internal and external solid state drives

Sabrent Rocket 1TB to 4TB internal and external solid state drives (opens in new tab)

As low as $120

Good today only. Includes the Sabrent Rocket 1TB internal NVMe M.2 SSD for $30 off. You can get the Sabrent Rocket XTRM 4TB Thunderbolt 3 external SSD for $180 off. And everything in between. Enhance your internal and external storage.

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Sabrent 5 Port USB Type C Mini Continuum Docking Station, Supports Up to 3840x2160 at 30HZ (DS-CMND)

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Most people use portable hard drives to carry music and other media from one place to the other. The problem with that is portable hard drives have lots of moving parts. In your backpack or bag they get jostled around and messed up. Solid state drives don't have that problem. So not only do you get a lot of space, you get a lot more durability. That's the beauty of the Sabrent Rocket Nano, especially when it's down to this low price instead of inflated like portable SSDs tend to be.

The Sabrent Rocket Nano excels in a couple of respects. Firstly, it's tiny (as the Nano moniker suggests) making it super easy to tote around every day so you always have your important data handy. At only 2.75 inches long, it's hardly going to take up any room in your laptop bag at all. Its aluminum construction also aids it durability.

Secondly, it's blazing fast. Its built-in USB 3.2 interface provides speeds of up to 1000 MB/s meaning you can transfer and backup large amounts of data and 4K videos in seconds. It connects via USB-C and is designed to work with both Windows and macOS, so you can transfer data between whatever computers you use. It's plug-and-play with no drivers needed to use it either.

If Sabrent Rocket Nano isn't the right option for you, check out our list of the best portable SSDs in 2020 for some other choice picks.

Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at @adamoram.

2 Comments
  • Newegg is jacking up the original price so they can claim some massive price drop when in reality the 512gb is normally only $109 on amazon and the 1Tb is only $159 on amazon. Just buy from amazon for the prime shipping.
  • I recall the 1 tb version of this was on sale at Amazon for $100. I regret not getting that