Western Digital Corporation showed off its range of storage technology at the Games Con 2017 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. From 23-25 November, visitors had access to storage devices from WD and Sandisk. The company displayed a wide range of products including WD My Passport SSD, WDBlue SSD, SanDisk External SSDs, and SanDisk Extreme microSD card with A1.
“We are incredibly excited to participate in Games Con Abu Dhabi 2017. Not just because it is the biggest convention for gaming, but also because it is the first one in the Middle East. We are looking forward to displaying our range of products that provide reliable, responsive and high-performance storage for gamers. By offering solid state technology with, we endeavor to enhance our customers’ storage experience,” said Tareq Husseini, the Regional Sales Director for Middle East and Africa at Western Digital Corporation.
During Games Con 2017, gamers got easy access to WD and SanDisk products that “are designed to maximize the fun and experience of today’s gamers and tech-savvy users,” said the company. WD My Passport SSD is the fastest My Passport drive to date with speeds up to 515MB/s using the USB Type-C port to rapidly transfer data.
WD Blue SSD offers optimized storage with blazing speed and leading-edge reliability. WD Blue SSDs are available in 250GB, 500GB, and 1TB capacities.
Western Digital’s SanDisk Extreme microSD card with A1 that are built tough for extreme durability under challenging environmental conditions. A compact external SSD is a great solution for capturing large files. The SanDisk Extreme 500 Portable SSD is an external SSD with a storage capacity of no less than 1 TB. In addition, is less than half the size of your smartphone and delivers up to 4x the speed of a portable hard.
TheSanDisk Extreme 510 Portable SSD combines the performance of a portable SSD with all-terrain durability and water resistance. With capacity of up to 480GB and read speeds of up to 430MB/s, your transfer times are dramatically reduced compared to those of typical hard disk drives, even when moving high-res files.