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SanDisk Extreme PRO SSD

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  • Work Faster and Longer
  • Travel Worry-Free
  • Tough Enough to Take with You
  • Encryption for Extra Security
  • Professional-Grade Storage

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  1. SanDisk 2TB Extreme PRO Portable SSD V2 Failures
    I have had two of these SSDs fail on me in the last 6 months, the latest just this last week. I need to replace it but I'm reluctant to get another SanDisk because of these widespread problems. Can anyone recommend a more reliable alternative?
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  2. SanDisk 2TB Extreme PRO Portable SSD V2 Failures
    I have had two of these SSDs fail on me in the last 6 months, the latest just this last week. I need to replace it but I'm reluctant to get another SanDisk because of these widespread problems. Can anyone recommend a more reliable alternative?
    Samsung T7.
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  3. SanDisk 2TB Extreme PRO Portable SSD V2 Failures
    I have had two of these SSDs fail on me in the last 6 months, the latest just this last week. I need to replace it but I'm reluctant to get another SanDisk because of these widespread problems. Can anyone recommend a more reliable alternative?
    It's not solidstate, but Lacie has a usb-c powered 5tb for 179.99 at B&H (I've been happy with mine with no problems)
    and like @neuroanatomist recommended, I consider Samsung's SSD offering to be also good. ( i have the 2tb and no problems and am happy)
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  4. It's not solidstate, but Lacie has a usb-c powered 5tb for 179.99 at B&H (I've been happy with mine with no problems)
    and like @neuroanatomist recommended, I consider Samsung's SSD offering to be also good. ( i have the 2tb and no problems and am happy)
    I have a stack of LaCie Rugged HDDs, and I routinely use a pair of 5 TB ones for backups that I rotate between home and work. They get tossed around quite a bit, and are doing great.
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  5. I have a stack of LaCie Rugged HDDs, and I routinely use a pair of 5 TB ones for backups that I rotate between home and work. They get tossed around quite a bit, and are doing great.
    They are rated to withstand drops of four feet and some water resistance. I think if were planning on some remote place with a reasonable fear about facing some tragedy (such as documenting one of these wars), the SSD version would be worth the extra money.
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