Transcend Introduces 8TB External Hard Drive

/ 3 years ago


Transcend isn’t usually the company the we connect with large capacity hard drives but rather NAND based storage, but they also work with the mechanical drives. Their newest mechanical drive that just been introduced is the StoreJet 35T3, and it comes with a large 8TB capacity.

The new StoreJet 35T3 isn’t just a large drive, it is also a fast one. It connects through the USB 3.0 interface and is able to deliver real transfer speeds of up to 200MB/s which is pretty good for both mechanical storage as well as USB drives.

It also looks pretty nice with its simple black design and comes with the convenient one-touch backup button that we usually only know from complete NAS devices. This is a feature that can make your backup jobs a lot easier as it allows users to instantly backup and synchronize data with their notebook or desktop PC, ensuring their important data is safely stored in a secondary location.

The Transcend StoreJet 35T3 is also eco-friendly and meets the European Union ErP requirements and comes with Transcend Elite data management software that helps users manage data and increase productivity. With this convenient software, users can easily perform incremental backups, secure confidential information and much more.

There will be more capacities available besides the large 8TB version, a 3TB and a 4TB version too and they are backed by a three-year warranty.

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