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    SanDisk Extreme PRO Portable SSD 1TB

    A great fit for the prosumer.
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    Re: SanDisk Extreme PRO Portable SSD 1TB

    Might just get myself one of these as I gave the ball and chain my WD one

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    Re: SanDisk Extreme PRO Portable SSD 1TB

    I don't really get the point of these (and their reviews). It's just a bog standard M.2 SSD stuck in a more or less fancy external case with a bridge chip PCB, sold at a huge premium. In this case it even shares the name with the M.2 that's 90% likely to be in it *smh*

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