Sabrent Rocket NANOv2 NVMe USB SSD review

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Final Words & Conclusion

Final Words & Conclusion

The Sabrent Rocket nano V2 is a skilful portable SSD. While its overall performance is bland for a 20 MBps device, it shines at 4KB and sustained write performance, which are crucial for this type of storage. Typically used for transferring larger files and occasional backups, the Rocket nano V2's small size and light weight make it highly portable. It also comes with both types of USB cables for convenience, and its metal exterior adds durability and helps dissipate heat, making it an excellent choice for effective portable storage. Moreover, the drive employs the Phison PS2251 USB 3.2 2×2 controller and after digging into this feature, we learned that it uses SCSI UNMAP to sanitize deleted information more efficiently than the traditional TRIM approach. This advanced flash management ensures that the job is completed with greater efficiency.



The limited 3-year warranty of this drive reinforces its budget-oriented objective however, the drive stands out from its competition by offering excellent TLC NAND and impressive storage capacity of up to 4TB. The drive also features a 20 Gbps interface. In conclusion, the Sabrent Rocket/nano V2 is an excellent investment, and Phison and Sabrent deserve kudos for creating such a unique and high-quality product. If you're looking for a cost-effective drive with advanced flash management and impressive storage capacity, this drive is an excellent choice. The portable external drive is available in 1TB, 2TB, and 4TB capacities. The launch prices for these models are $119.99, $199.99, and $499.99, respectively.

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