Question 4TB fast USB 3.1 SSD needed - reliable and affordable

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Thanks for the link. Looks like this product has some heavy customs duty tariff tax and whatnot if I want it shipped to Europe. Not good. But anyway. If that is the solution - why not?

Here are my links (not sure if they work since I copy them from a logged in account):

https://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B00KW4T69A/ref=ox_sc_act_title_2?smid=A5JH7MGCI556L&psc=1

 
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Even though the Inatek 2010 does not have USB type C (what I am in love with), it still looks great.... until I read that no seller is shipping this to Austria ;-(

This Inatek 2006 brags with the JMS578 supporting TRIM on one of the pictures, if I choose USB A port, but for USB C version, they specify ASM225cm . Is ASM225cm also a good chip? I will mostly use it under WIN 7, WIN 10 and Ubuntu /MINT, maybe Manjaro...

Guess, I ll go with the USB A version plus the 860 PRO, unless the much needed 4TB T5 does not show up within early 2020.....
 
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I can get the 2010 directly at Inateck in Germany .... no amazon......
.hhmm... they have a 10gbps RAID 0 capable case too... If I buy 2 x 2TB 860PRO instead 1 4TB 860PRO, I could gain read / write speed at the cost of size and weight, right?? Speed is very important whern browsing through many big files in a folder......
In case anything goes wrong with the RAID 0, I d still have my 4 HDDs as a backup....
 
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So what you think of a 4TB PCIe M.2 plus USB case (looks like a big USB key then)??

There is e. g. the
Sabrent 4TB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 SSD

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