There appears to be a new name in SSD storage. It’s called Leap, and I’d probably take this one with a big pinch of salt. This is partially due to how the device is presented, partially due to the dodgy AI voiceover on their promo video, and partially due to the crowdfunding platform on which it resides. It looks pretty dodgy to me, but we’ll get back to those in a bit. First, let’s look at what they claim to offer.
Leap is a wireless and Thunderbolt 3 compatible (but not USB 3.2 Gen 2 compatible) SSD with capacities of 1TB, 2TB and 4TB. It boasts 802.11ax WiFi 6 connectivity with speeds of up to 900MB/sec and wired transfer speeds of up to 2400MB/sec. As it’s a wireless device, it contains its own battery with up to 10 hours of use and supports up to 10 simultaneous device connections.
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