Lightweight (35g), sleek, and only 10mm thick, the SC680 is made to look good and great for on the go. What is more, it is shockproof, operates quietly, and consumes less power than other external SSDs. Utilizing the USB 3.2 Gen 2 interface it’s also fast too, sporting read/write speeds of up to 530/460MB/s, making it up to 6.6 times faster than external HDDs.
Transfer Files Without the Wait
Up to 6.6* times faster than external HDDs, the SC680 can transfer a 10GB 4K movie in roughly 20 seconds. Now that's fast!
* This result was achieved in a lab environment utilizing a PC with USB 3.2 Gen 2 support and UASP driver installed. Actual performance may vary depending on host device and software configurations.
Made to Go
Weighing just 35g and measuring 10mm (Roughly the thickness of a smartphone), the SC680 slips easily into your pocket or bag for ultimate portability.
USB-C - It's Always the Right Way
The SC680 uses a USB-C (Type C) connector, which is reversible. There's no annoying up or down like with older USB connectors. No guessing, plug it in the first time. Every time.
Share and Enjoy Across Devices
Plug n play with Windows, Mac OS, and Android means you can move content between devices without limitations. Whether for work or enjoyment, the SC680 empowers you with simple connectivity and the convenience of USB-C.
* Please confirm that your host device supports OTG (On-The-Go) functionality. Some operating systems may require the SC680 to be reformatted when connected.
Use it with Your Game Console
The SC680 can be connected to game consoles and be used as backup storage for games that are not currently being played. For older game consoles, the SC680 can help to improve game loading performance for a more seamless experience.
* Actual loading times may vary depending on the game. Reformatting may be required for the external SSD to work with game consoles.
** Support for external storage devices varies by game console.
So Many Advantages over HDDs
With no mechanical components, SSDs are more resilient than HDDs. They are more resistant to shock, vibration, and therefore provide better protection for data. What’s more, SSDs also run silently.