W-Stor SSD Review, Cheap External SSD

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Feeling your storage is slow when you use it? Or, the process of loading the game takes a while? Replace your external hard drive and switch to an external SSD! All your problems can certainly be finished this way.

W-Stor SSD Review

A Solid State Drive or SSD is a storage that has the same functionality as a hard drive. The difference is that the SSD has a faster read and write speed so as to improve the PC and Laptop performance of its users. Not only that, but SSDS is also known to be more energy-efficient and resilient.

Currently there are many external SSD in the market. In fact, now the SSD price is already starting affordable and can be purchased at a fairly cheap price. One of them, you can buy an SSD from a brand named W-store.

External W-Stor SSD is sold with several variants of capacity from 64GB, 128GB, 256GB. And for the unit, we review this time the capacity is 128GB.

 

Design

The design is quite simple, and sturdy with a metal body, Form Factor 3.5 Inch and Product Dimensions only 20cm x 15cm x 10cm, so it is safe to carry anywhere.

 

Performance

We do a little testing using software called CrystalDisk Mark.

The following test results are conducted by the team pc-mind.com

w stor review

We also do a little testing when moving files with a capacity of about 4GB. As a result, the file can be moved in just 17 seconds.

Product Features

  • Capacity: 64,128,258 GB
  • Color: Blue and Red
  • Plug & Play
  • There is a dedicated data cable that can be connected to another device with a USB type A connector (regular USB)
    It has simple shapes so it’s easy to carry anywhere
  • Shock and vibration Resistant
  • Warranty: Lifetime Warranty

Conclusion

External SSDS are capable of delivering faster performance than external HDD, This SSD also gives you some capacity options which of course can adjust the budget as well as your needs of the SSD fast storage media. Compared to other SSD products, the price offered by W-Stor is quite competitive and can certainly be a recommendation for those who want to switch to an SSD.

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