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Monster Digital OverDrive Thunderbolt review: a 1TB portable SSD for a reasonable price

Monster Digital OverDrive Thunderbolt

At a Glance

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  • Monster Digital OverDrive Thunderbolt (1TB)
    4/5
    $1,000.00
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    The OverDrive Thunderbolt from Monster Digital might be expensive, but this 1TB solid-state portable drive's speeds won't disappoint and comes bundled with free data recovery protection.

At a Glance

The OverDrive Thunderbolt from Monster Digital might be expensive, but this 1TB solid-state portable drive's speeds won't disappoint and comes bundled with free data recovery protection.

Price when rated: $1000
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Pros

  • Super fast speeds
  • Data recovery is included with warranty

Cons

  • Captive Thunderbolt cable may be too short for some situations
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