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Tesla’s $350 1TB SSD Can Withstand Vehicle Vibrations Like All SSDs

Yesterday, Tesla launched its 2022 Holiday Update. The biggest addition of the Holiday Update is support for Steam games on Model S and Model X vehicles from 2022 onwards. These EVs feature a powerful Ryzen SoC with RDNA2-class graphics and 16GB of RAM, perfect for gaming on the large 17″ center display or 8″ displays for the rear passengers.

But what about storage with Tesla’s ever-expanding gaming portfolio? Well, Tesla wants you to buy new, very overpriced products. 1TB solid state drive (SSD). The storage device hit Tesla stores this week and promised to store everything from “Tesla arcade games” to “drive recorder footage.” It all sounds good, but Tesla is asking a staggering $350 for this 1TB SSD of his.

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To get an overview of their prices, I went to Amazon and found some portable 1 TB SSDs that are fairly inexpensive. Many of them are well below $100.

  • Crucial X6 1TB Portable USB 3.2 SSD – $69.99 (opens in new tab)
  • Crucial X8 1TB Portable USB 3.2 SSD – $79.99 (opens in new tab)
  • Samsung T7 Shield 1TB Portable USB 3.2 SSD – $89.99 (opens in new tab)
  • SanDisk 1TB Extreme Portable USB 3.2 SSD – $99.99 (opens in new tab)

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