This one was sent out to me from Sabra and it is the rocket Nano now. This is an external SSD that works for the USB 3.1 and also Thunderbolt to respec. They claim it has write and read speeds of up to 1000 megabytes per second. So, in this review, I'll take a look at the contents of the Box. What accessories we get the build, the design of it and, of course, will it actually meet that claim or test out the sequential read and write speeds, as well as a quick, crystal disbar test as well, and then at the end, I'll. Let you know my thoughts on using this after a week or so so comes in this solid turn, and if you have a look at the back of it, it does give us a little bit of information here. So, as I mentioned just there in the start with my intro that yes, this is the two terabyte version. There are other sizes that you can get with this particular a rocket nano model, so extremely fast transfer speeds. Their claim is up to 1000 megabytes per second, but I'll be testing that out soon so you've got 6061 aluminium, alloy construction or 6061 aluminum, which is a little bit more denser a little bit stronger. So it shouldn't scratch up and ding as easier as softer constructions. That you get with other ones and okay, we've got optimized passive cooling, with integrated temperature and health monitoring, and also the important one here is.

It does have advanced, wear, leveling and block bad block management, that's important for longer tivity, of course, of SSDs there. So it should last the distance and what do we get inside? So you don't actually get a lot and they just keep things nice and simple there. So there's the drive nicely presented and then we have our cables. So we have a USB 2 type C and then type C, 2 type C or Thunderbolt, 3. 2003. Ok! So how much does this little guy weigh not a lot at all? You can see just 45 grams, so that's very light, so it is almost 17 millimeters in length and the width of it well, it doesn't seem to be much at all. Let'S have a look about 12 millimeters right there, so it has a really nice build to it. We'Ve got the say: print logo, there, a little Rokit logo as well. I know pressing this end. This is not a button, although it looks like it could have been a button. It is definitely not on the sides there's, nothing as you can see, and then up front. We do have, of course, the type C port here with a blue status LED next to it on the bottom there's just nothing here, but apart from one discern markings, a serial number and a QR code, but overall, very nice build so as soon as you plug It in here in Windows, 10, it pops up and I've got one point: eight, six terabytes free that's, a lot of space and, of course, there are different sizes that you can buy this particular model.

So first up I want to just do some just plain transfers. This is what I would be using. This particular drive force is backing up some of my video files from my reviews that I record so let's just move over a large amount here. I'Ve actually got 40 gigabytes and a transfer over and mp4 files so starts out. Really quick but watch this it's around their claim now, so they say about 1000 megabytes per second, you can see it will dip down the lowest of seeing if you're doing this for a long time is about 500, where it levels out, it will peak up and Down now I am using a USB 3.1 port here and funderbolt speeds. Thunderbolt 3 would be about the same so it's, not quite as they claimed. Is it I guess, whatever they're, using with their testing it's, probably a much smaller burst speed, so the burst, speed, it's, very good. You can see there and then it levels down to a little bit lower but that's where it will stay. We'Ll just sit there and I've transferred over more and more files. In fact, I transferred over about 500 gigabytes and it's always going to be just over 500 megabytes per second sequential sequential transfer speeds here, I'm talking about alright and one last test. This is crystal dis. Mark version 7, their latest at the time of this video let's, see how it performs here so I'm just going to speed this video up.

So you don't have to sit through this for a couple of minutes, of course, and we'll check the performance. Ok, so that just finished out and it's the same kind of results that I was doing with that manual file transfer ts that, yes, the writes, will kind of max out at about 560 500 megabytes per second and the reads: they're a little bit slower as well. Now touching it again, it does feel quite warm to the it's not getting superhot so it's, nothing to worry about and it's normal that they do get hot. These flash drives that will get warm now. The random 4k reads a little bit lower than I was expecting there, but the random writes considering this as an external drive, I don't think are too bad. So if you're transferring over a lot of very small files, then it's not gon na be super quick. It should not actually be too bad there, as you can see from these stats. It'S not gon na. Be that bad, I think that's, okay, for again an external drive, so that's a rocket nano guys. I think, overall, it is a very nice little SSD. It does have a great build quality, so the case of it being all metal acts as a passive caller verb because SSDs when they're moving a lot of data over these high speed SSDs. That is that they do get quite hot, and this one is no exception to that roll that when you touch it right now, it's actually been on.

I had it on before working and transferring files over that. It is warm very warm to the touch, but it gets up to around about 40 degrees, it's not going to cook itself or get into any sort of trouble there, but it does have sensors in it to monitor those temperatures and that's why it does throttle down A little bit so at the beginning there you will see these burst speeds that are very good. They got really high up to about 2000 megabytes per second and even higher than that and levels out to then about 1. But it does drop below their claim, and I know they do say up to 1000 megabytes per second. But I was expecting just a little bit better now when you start to transfer a huge files, you do big backups and you want to move, say 100 gigabytes worth of data over onto this, then you'll see it start out, as I showed you quite quick and Then drop down and level out about 500 560 megabytes per second, which is about almost half of their claim. There that's just really the only disappointment with this particular little model here. The main thing is the size of it, too, is really great. Now, yes, there are those external enclosures out there that you can buy. You can make up your own one, but they're not probably going to come with this kind of quality. Here, complete sealed nice block of aluminium that this is in here or aluminum, depending where you're from, of course.

So thank you for watching this very short review, at least for me, cuz.