Which Portable SSD is the Fastest

It supports one USB 3.1 port and two SATA device ports, enabling USB PHY up to 10Gbps in compliance with USB 3.1 specifications and enabling Serial ATA PHYs up to 6Gbps high-speed interface, following serial ATA Revision 3.2 Specification.
On the storage media side, there has been a move towards cheaper flash, with TLC as the primary driver. A user-configurable DIP switch on one end allows you to change the RAID configuration. The 730, if you remember, was a drive we previewed way back in June of 2015, well before USB 3.1 became mainstream. With such a great bridge controller and main PCB, it would be a shame if you couldn’t take full advantage of it. As it’s so new, it’s not widely available and we expect the price to drop below £100 soon.
We left our drive in RAID 0 to take advantage of the advanced Asmedia USB-to-SATA RAID controller and utilize the full 10Gbps bandwidth. I couldn’t pass on taking a look at this tiny yet apparently mighty portable SSD. And you can. Though the SE730 isn’t the first portable solid-state drive (SSD) we’ve tested, by a long shot, it’s among the smallest and definitely one of the fastest. We pulled out two of our first portable SSDs to compare to the MyDigitalSSD Boost.