Sabrent Rocket Nano [Amazon] is a compact SSD storage device that connects via 10Gbps USB-C and promises speeds up to 1,000 MB/s. Other features include upgradable firmware, Trim support, and an aluminum alloy shell, along with USB-C and USB 3 Type-A connecting cables.
Sabrent Rocket Nano is sold by resellers in 512MB, 1TB and 2TB capacities ($109.99, $159.99 and $289.99 when checked at Amazon).
USB 3.1 Aluminum Enclosure for M.2 NVMe SSD ($45.99 when checked) omits the SSD in a kit that lets you add an M.2 NVMe SSD of your choosing.
Portable SSD T7 Touch is a newly announced successor to Samsung’s popular Portable SSD T5 [Amazon] promising even higher performance, while adding a new fingerprint scanner and data encryption hardware. (A version without fingerprint reader – “Portable SSD T7” – is planned for later release.)
The new T7 SSDs feature read/write performance up to 1,050/1000 MB/s in a similar compact aluminum enclosure (58g.) with a 10Gbps USB-C port (USB 3.1 Gen 2). Both USB-C and USB Type-A cables are included.
Portable SSD T7 Touch is list-priced at $129.99, $229.99, and $399.99 for 500GB, 1TB and 2TB capacities, due this month, while the version without fingerprint reading/encryption is due by mid-2020.
Anker USB C to Ethernet Adapter [Amazon] provides a Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000 Mbps) connection for Macs, Windows and Linux computers with USB ports but which may lack Ethernet ports of their own. The device’s built-in USB-C cable plugs into a host computer USB-C port or you can use it with standard USB 3.0 Type A ports via an inexpensive adapter (e.g Onvian USB C to USB 3.0 adapter). Other features include a compact enclosure with aluminum or space gray exterior and three helpful status indicator lights.
Anker USB C to Ethernet Adapter has a list price of $19.99 but is typically discounted at Amazon. Onvian USB C to USB 3.0 adapters were priced at $4.99 for two, when checked.
USB 3.1 Aluminum Enclosure for M.2 NVMe SSD [Amazon link] is a storage enclosure from Sabrent that holds an M.2 NVMe SSD only (not SATA nor AHCI SSDs). Features include a 10Gbps USB-C port for more than double the performance vs. USB 3.0 ports, UASP support, upgradable firmware, a thermal pad to facilitate heat dissipation via a heavy aluminum case, compatibility with 80mm (2280), 60mm (2260), and 42mm (2242) SSD form factors, and a dual USB Type-A / Type-C adapter cable. (Neither SMART data nor Trim were supported in our testing, however.)
USB 3.1 Aluminum Enclosure for M.2 NVMe SSD is sold via resellers ($45.99 when checked at Amazon) for computers with USB ports (preferably 10Gbps USB 3.1 Gen 2 for full performance).