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Sabrent Rocket Nano, version two

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Sabrent has announced a redesigned version of its tiny Rocket Nano portable SSD with up to 4TB capacity and speeds ideal for 8K video recording.

Crafted from a high-grade aluminum alloy, the external solid-state drive is just 2.85-inches in length, 1.3-inches in width, and 0.6-inches in height. The device also weighs 1.75 ounces.

The USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 interface supports data transfer speeds of over 1,500 MB/s for maximum speeds when handling large data transfers. That speed allows it to capture 8K video recordings and other high bitrate content without many slowdowns.

Version two of the Rocket drive is smaller than a credit card

Version two of the Rocket drive is smaller than a credit card

The new Rocket Nano comes with a removable silicone sleeve to offer protection against drops and debris. The package contains a USB-C to USB-C cable and a USB-C to USB-A cable for convenience.

The new Rocket Nano is available now in three storage options: a 1TB drive for $119.99, a mid-tier 2TB drive, and a large 4TB drive for $499.99.

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