CalDigit Announces Tuff nano SSD Drive

CalDigit has introduced what it called the “smallest and lightest” SSD drive ever built.

CalDigit said the Tuff nano is also fast, featuring an M.23 NVMe PCIUe SSD with speeds up to 1055MS/s.

Half the size of an iPhone, the drive is designed for extreme portability. It features a USB 3.2 Gen. 2 USB-C port and is fully compatible with USB-C, Thunderbolt 3 and USB-A laptops.

Tuff nano is available in one and two terabyte sizes. 

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