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STmagic SPT31 1TB USB 3.1 Portable SSD $89.99 US (~$129.86 AU) & More + Free Priority Shipping @ GeekBuying

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First up is the small lightweight STmagic SPT31 Portable SSD featuring 1TB capacity, a slide out USB 3.1 port, metal case for better heat dissipation and a read/write speed of up to 500/420 MB/s.

Next on sale is a 1.8m USB to USB Type-C cable for charging and data transfer. It features several magnets that prevent the cable from being tangled and allows for better cable management.

Free priority shipping for the SSD. Click Proceed to Checkout in the cart to choose shipping method before payment. AU$ based on current Mastercard rate.


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  • Are these SSDs shuckable?

    • +10 votes

      I was just thinking the first comment I see when I scroll down would be this, I am not disappointed.

    • +1 vote

      I wouldn't be able to say for certain having not seen a teardown review. The manufacturer says they are Portable M.2 SSDs so they could be potentially?

      • They probably are but if you get a sata m2 ssd then its not quite that useful in this day and age…

  • Any of these with a USB C connector ?

  • Some reviews I found of the 128gb version ( I think)

    Not looking great :(

    https://www.amazon.com/External-Speed-Retractable-Portable-I...

    • +1 vote

      With the speeds Riley are getting you'd think he'd be using a USB 2.0 port. The good reviews do outweigh the bad though ;)

      It's always worth checking elsewhere. This review has good results for the 360GB version.

    • sort on most recent reviews and they give a quite dire picture of this product … looks likely to be a major disappointment for the cost

      • Agreed, I see a deal like SSD/HDD then see its from an asian import site and immediately imagine those fake HDD's you see on Wish.
        Reviews of this product online are not much better, most people averaging USB2 speeds.

        • most people averaging USB2 speeds

          As with any cheaper product - there's a reason why it's cheaper. And it's not usually because the manufacturer/distributor/seller is trying to be nice to it's customers.

  • Is this a Tassie local deal?

  • An idea if the USB cable is 5A?

  • Have tried one of these USB drives before, exactly the same looking exclosure but a brand called Qumox. Was advertised at USB 3.1 but could not sustain faster than 100MB/s write speeds. That was with a 2TB drive, 1TB would be even slower. Do not recommend

  • In early 1980's I had a 3.5inch HDD with 20MB (not 20GB) capacity and was proud of having it in my computer as most computers had 1.44MB floppy disk for booting. It cost 3000 dollars with a mouse(cost 200 dollars itself) and 14inch amber monitor. Now I see a small device with 1TB capacity and cost only 130 dollars!!!

    • That's pre-Windows. What OS did you use? And ouch, at that price!

      Must have been MS-DOS 2.0? Supported hard drives.

    • Well look at mr fancy 3.5 inch HDD. We had a 5.25 inch seagate (I think it was only 10MB), with a big black attached faceplate and an activity LED that would blind you if you looked directly at it.

    • mine had a TURBO button that would make CPU drop from 20 to 10 MHz. I still don't understand what was TURBO about it.

    • So remember,.. It was actually good days to be a tech around those days,.. well there were big profits building and selling computers, just sales were slow at the beginning as expensive computers wasn't affordable for general home use

  • Unable to figure out how to add a coupon and still use the checkout via Paypal option…

  • Doesn't seem like a bargain if there are issues with it or risks, I guess a good review will help decide buying one, mind you Samsung SSDs are selling close to this amount at the moment