NOW CLOSED – Samsung are always at the forefront of innovation.

Whether it be though their smart TV’s, PC Monitors, tablets and phones, home appliances and computing they’ve always invested R & D into their products to heighten the consumer experience.

Recently Samsung released the T5 SSD Portable drive with the aim of crossover functionality between PC and smart device.

The T5 is an external hard drive, being SSD, which means it can handle transfer speeds of up to 10 GB per second via its second Gen USB 3.1 connectivity (depending on source device) and is also shock proof.

There is also Management Software which has a cross-over from PC to Android and the T5 can be password protected.

Not only will you be able to store your digital goodness from your PC (or iMAC) the T5 is fully compatible with Android.

With the Christmas and new years break only days away for most this is THE device to have on hand to plug in to your smart phone or tablet and expand the storage to cater for those holiday snaps and vids. The T5 is super small designed to fit in to your pocket and equally light weight.

Thanks to our good mates at Samsung New Zealand, STG has one 500GB T5 Portable SSD up for grabs!

To Enter our Samsung T5 Portable SSD Giveaway, you will need to Answer this Question Correctly:

The Samsung T5 Portable SSD is an innovation is portable storage. Compact and light due to the it being an SSD. What does SSD mean?

A: Super Slim Drive

B: Short Solid Drive

C: Solid State Drive

You can give us your Answer by placing a Comment below, hitting us up on FacebookTweet to us, or Email Us.

* Winner(s) will be randomly selected from those that Comment below / Facebook Comment / Email in accordance to the above Question. Winner(s) will receive a New and Boxed Samsung T5 Portable SSD driveCompetition ends on the 21st December 2017. There is no Age Restriction to Enter this Promotion.

To find out more on the Samsung T5 SSD and full range, visit the Official Site HERE.


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