Deal: Samsung T5 Portable SSD Starting at $109 - 11/21/17

Amazon and B&H Photo have Samsung's latest portable SSD, the T5, for just $109. The 250GB model is priced at $109, with the 500GB at $169 and the 1TB model at $369. These are not huge price drops, but they are the first price drops since the T5 SSD was announced earlier this year.

The Samsung T5 is the latest in a very successful line of portable SSD's that Samsung has been selling over the past few years. These portable SSD's work with USB-C, in fact they have a USB-C connector and come with a USB-C to USB-C cable and a USB-C to USB-A cable in the box. So whether your laptop has the newer USB-C ports or still using the USB-A ports, you are still covered. These are portable SSD drives since they do not require power, other than via USB. They are also very tiny, about the size and thickness of a wallet. Which makes them great for taking wherever you go. There's AES 256-bit encryption here, so that your data will be safe and sound, and read/write speeds are over 500MB/s, which makes these some of the fastest portable SSD's out there right now. And definitely a great gift idea this holiday season, especially if you're looking to get something for a videographer or photographer.

The Samsung T5's are eligible for Amazon Prime free shipping. So you'll have it at your door within two days, or you can pay $3.99 for overnight shipping. If you don't have a Prime membership, you can sign up for a free 30-day trial here. Over at B&H Photo, there is free expedited shipping, and everything ships from its New York City warehouse. B&H Photo does charge taxes in both New York and New Jersey, while Amazon charges taxes in some states, so it'll depend on where you are located.

Samsung T5 Portable SSD (Amazon)
$109
Samsung T5 Portable SSD (B&H Photo)
$109
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