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SanDisk Extreme Pro Portable SSD 1TB Review

  

The Extreme Pro comes in a largish black and red finished box with an image on the drive on the front together with the drive’s capacity and performance. The rear of the box has some multilingual marketing data about the drive including performance and the fact that it is a ‘ruggedized’ design.

 


Measuring 110.23 x 57.34 x 10.22 mm the SanDisk Extreme Pro is small enough be carried in a pocket. The drive has a forged-aluminium body to help with heat dispersion and a silicon rubber coating to protect it in everyday use; it can survive a drop of up to 2m. The Extreme Pro SSD comes with an IP55 water-dust resistant rating but don’t go thinking you can drop into the nearest puddle as, unlike some of its rugged competitors, the USB port in the bottom of the drive is left open to the elements.

Bundled in with the drive are USB-C cable and USB Type-C to Type-A cables, although both are a little on the short side.

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