Crucial X6 2TB Portable SSD Review

As I promised in our last Crucial review, we’ll continue our coverage of Crucial’s latest memory and storage products. And now it’s time to take a look at their portable SSD, which is marketed under Crucial’s X6 and X8 series. In this review, we will find out what the 2TB version of the X6 SSD has to offer.

Stay with us, to find out whether the X6 is the perfect portable SSD for you.

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Crucial X6 Portable SSD

How much can you carry between the tips of your fingers? With the Crucial® X6 Portable SSD, the answer is: A lot! Whether you’re downloading videos for offline travel, organizing family photos, collaborating with classmates, or heading off on a great adventure, the Crucial X6 is affordable, and ready to go wherever you do.

The SSD that takes you where HDD can’t.

With speeds up to 3.8x faster than most traditional HDDs, the Crucial X6 lets you load and transfer files fast and get back to your day. Say goodbye to slow, fragile hard drives and lengthy load times forever.

Tiny drive. Huge capacity.

With up to 2TB capacity, take your digital life with you. Massive photo libraries, files, games, and movie collections can now all fit in your pocket. At less than 42 grams, the Crucial X6 weighs less than your car keys.

Ready for anything.

The X6 portable SSD is the storage device that works with most everything: PC, Mac, PS4™, Xbox One, Android devices, and more. USB-C ready straight out of the box.

Reliability and durability are Crucial.

The Crucial X6 is tested to withstand a 6.5-foot drop, and is shock, vibration, and extreme temperature resistant — safeguarding your important files wherever you go.

 

You can buy the Crucial X6 2TB Portable SSD for around $285 from the Amazon – https://amzn.to/3ifWw8y or simply go to the Crucial store, which offers the drive at about the same price – click here.

 

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