Crucial Launches New 500GB/4TB X6 Portable SSD Variants




/ 1 month ago
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Crucial has today launched an expansion of its award-winning portable solid-state drive (SSD) portfolio to offer consumers more options for external storage performance, capacity, and value at any price point. With an even greater selection of portable storage options now available, consumers looking to store large gaming libraries or more movies for long road trips will find an ideal solution in the Crucial X6.

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Crucial X6 Portable SSDs

With read speeds up to 800 MB/s, the 4 TB drive performs up to 5.6 times faster than portable hard drives in the market and are drop-proof up to 6.5 feet. Like the existing products in the Crucial X6 portable SSD lineup, the 4 TB and 500 GB versions deliver compact portable SSDs in these capacities to consumers for the first time. The entire award-winning Crucial portable SSD product line is compatible with the latest USB-C-enabled devices, such as PCs, Macs, PlayStation 5, Android devices and more. When used with the Crucial USB-C to USB-A adapter, the portable drives also work with PS4, Xbox One, XBOX Series S|X and other USB-A devices.

Where Can I Learn More?

Available to purchase now, Crucial has confirmed that these new storage models with come with the following MSRPs:

  • 500GB – $69.95
  • 4TB – $489.95

If you do, therefore, want to learn more about these portable storage solutions, you can check out the official Crucial product website via the link here!

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