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Sabrent's new Rocket nano V2 portable SSD: up to 4TB, smaller than a credit card

Sabrent's new Rocket nano V2 portable SSD is incredibly small, available in 1TB, 2TB, and 4TB capacities rocking up to 1.5GB/sec read speeds, and more.

Sabrent's new Rocket nano V2 portable SSD: up to 4TB, smaller than a credit card
Published Nov 22, 2022 6:32 PM CST   |   Updated Wed, Nov 23 2022 9:01 PM CST
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Sabrent has just unleashed its new Rocket nano v2 portable SSD, its smallest portable SSD ever... and man, it packs quite the punch in its tiny footprint.

The new Sabrent Rocket nano v2 portable SSD is a sleek new portable SSD that the company is offering in 1TB, 2TB, and 4TB capacities. The portable SSD can drive up to 1.5GB/sec (1500MB/sec) reads which is for all capacities, while the company has used high-grade aerospace aluminum alloy through CNC machining.

See, smaller than a credit card (source: Sabrent)

See, smaller than a credit card (source: Sabrent)

Not only does this make the Sabrent Rocket nano V2 portable SSD look good, but the material is durable and perfect for dissipating heat away from the internal components, prolonging the life of the drive. Sabrent also provides a removable silicone sleeve that offers even more protection against drops and debris... perfect considering it's a portable storage powerhouse.

Sabrent's new Rocket nano V2 portable SSD (source: Sabrent)

Sabrent's new Rocket nano V2 portable SSD (source: Sabrent)

Not only is the Sabrent Rocket nano V2 portable SSD nice and small -- in fact, it's smaller (but not thinner, obviously) than a credit card. Unlike other portable SSDs, you won't need to have some huge bulky device to carry around... and with 4TB of super-speed 1.5GB/sec reads, you can have a lot in your pocket. More than enough for 4K (and beyond, 8K) videos, photos, music, documents, games, backups, and more.

Sabrent's new Rocket nano V2 portable SSD measures in at just 15 x 33 x 73mm (2.85 x 1.3 x 0.6 inches) in size, weighing in at just 54g (1.75oz) with the silicon sleeve attached making it the most portable SSD that Sabrent has designed yet.

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With up to 1.5GB/sec of reads up its sleeve, the Sabrent Rocket nano V2 portable SSD drives that speed through its USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 interface: enough portable SSD storage grunt to capture 8K video and high-bitrate content without a single slouch in performance. If you compare this against other portable SSDs on the market that can max out at 550MB/sec, this will be a pleasure to use.

Sabrent is using a native NFD controller which means you've got great compatibility through USB-A and USB-C devices, meaning it'll work on your Windows or Mac PC or laptop. Better yet, you can use it on devices like Microsoft's popular Surface devices, or even on portable gaming devices like the Valve Steam Deck, gaming consoles, tablets, and even your smartphone.

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Sabrent includes both USB Type-C to Type-A and USB Type-C to Type-C cables with its Rocket nano V2 portable SSD for the best in convenience and adaptability. You won't need to buy another cable to do this, it's all in there in the package for the Rocket nano V2 portable SSD.

As for price, you're looking at $120 for the 1TB model, $200 for the 2TB model, and $500 for the flagship 4TB model of the Sabrent Rocket nano V2 portable SSD.

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Anthony joined the TweakTown team in 2010 and has since reviewed 100s of graphics cards. Anthony is a long time PC enthusiast with a passion of hate for games built around consoles. FPS gaming since the pre-Quake days, where you were insulted if you used a mouse to aim, he has been addicted to gaming and hardware ever since. Working in IT retail for 10 years gave him great experience with custom-built PCs. His addiction to GPU tech is unwavering.

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