Sony Unveiled Portable and Durable Pro-Series HDDs With Dual Interface

/ 5 years ago


Sony has unveiled their newest portable HDD for professionals, offering up to 2TB capacity and dual USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt interface. The durable drive is perfect for working in the field and creating extra backups of recorded content while keeping it all safe.

The new 1TB sized PSZ-HB1T and 2TB sized PSZ-HB2T can perform with up to 122MB/s at both reads and writes as well as being extra durable. Both the internal and external components have been optimized for rugged usage and the drive passes the military drop tests and they’re also both IP5X dust and IPX4 splash resistant.


The rubber encasing doesn’t just help the Sony Pro storage series to keep your drives safe, they’re also designed to make the drives stackable. The open design in the middle allows the drives to maintain a good heat dissipation through the gap, even when stacked.

sony hdd stack

The drives also come with a practical carrying case that has room both the cables and the drive itself. It also has a handy slip where you can write what content you got on there.


The new Sony PSZ-HB2T and PSZ-HB1T HDDs are planned to be available in May 2015 with suggested pricing to be determined.

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