OWC Envoy Pro Mini for up to 480 GB SSD dongle storage

OWC Envoy Pro MiniWhether you have a limited-storage PC or need fast, external storage, OWC’s new Envoy Pro Mini offers up to 480 GB of desktop-class SSD storage in a small footprint.

The Envoy Pro Mini connects via USB 3.0 and offers sustained transfer speeds up to 427 MB/s.

Don’t let it’s small size fool you! This desktop-class SSD storage is available in 120 GB for $119, 240 GB for $199, and upcoming 480 GB.

Get the OWC Envoy Pro Mini starting at $119!

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4 comments on OWC Envoy Pro Mini for up to 480 GB SSD dongle storage

  1. Ken Ishimoto says:

    Was waiting for this.

  2. I’ve been eyeing this as a potential ‘speed-up’ solution for my iMac. I’d love to put my boot/OS drive on one of these… I just worry a bit about it getting knocked out of the port. But, I think it would be pretty safe. (I have one of the non-user-upgradable iMacs). I get envious of how quick my, comparatively slow, Macbook Air feels due to the SSD.

    1. If it’s for an iMac, you might be better served with a standard external SSD, unless you need this portability.

      1. Good point. I suppose an SSD and USB3 case wouldn’t cost much more and might be safer. I’ll have to check.

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