Samsung's 2TB T5 Portable USB 3.1 Portable SSD is on sale for only $417.99 at Newegg today. That's thanks to a price drop to $427.99 and coupon code 128RSXS1 taking a further $10 off at checkout — making it cheaper than the next best price at Amazon. This offer saves you around $62 on its usual price.
This 2TB external SSD features quick read and write speeds of up to 540 Mbps, along with optional password protection and AES 256-bit hardware encryption. It's so tiny it can fit in the palm of your hand too. Samsung includes two cables so you can connect it to either a USB-C or a standard USB port right out of the box.
In a perfect world, portable solid state drives would be just as inexpensive as portable hard drives. After all, the main feature of SSDs is they have no moving parts, which really makes them perfect for carrying data on the move. Hard drives are much more prone to failure when getting knocked around in your backpack or trampled on the subway. Unfortunately, we're not there yet. Luckily this deal shaves some of that cost off the top and you get a really good product out of it. Samsung also backs it up with a three-year warranty so you can be confident in your purchase.
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