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    FS: Samsung T1 Portable SSD/MyDigitalSSD 128GB

    I have a 250gb Samsung T1 SSD which work fantastic . Formatted already for Mac

    Amazon.com: Samsung T1 Portable 250GB USB 3.0 External SSD (MU-PS250B/AM): Computers & Accessories

    60 dollars

    I also have MyDigitalSSD 128GB

    Amazon.com: MyDigitalSSD 128GB (120GB) OTG (On The Go) mSATA Based SuperSpeed USB 3.0 UASP Portable External Solid State Storage Drive SSD: Computers & Accessories

    40 dollars

    Or 95 dollars for both. Im selling them to get a 500gb unit

    There both formatted for Mac and both have the short USB 3 cable as well. No boxes

    Great backups, great travel. I also use one for OS backup but I need a real big one for my shows
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Re: FS: Samsung T1 Portable SSD/MyDigitalSSD 128GB

    I'll take the 250GB one.

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    Re: FS: Samsung T1 Portable SSD/MyDigitalSSD 128GB

    250 GB one is sold
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    Re: FS: Samsung T1 Portable SSD/MyDigitalSSD 128GB

    somebody needs to get the second one . The reads/writes on these are closing in at 400. There fast and serve as great backups

    Okay I was wrong Transfer Rate: 450 MB/s
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