HP P800 1TB Thunderbolt 3 PCIe NVMe SSD Review

hp p800 1TB reviewIn this HP P800 1TB Thunderbolt 3 PCIe NVMe SSD Review you will learn everything about this drive.

The portable Solid State Drives are the hottest topic of the world, for many companies in the world, SSDs were nothing more than selling old models in wrapped in a new designer enclosure. But since last few years, the game has changed a very big thanks to the advance interconnect technologies.

This is the world of Thunderbolt 3 which is offering 40 Gbps of data transfer rate over a single connecting cable. And among the Thunderbolt 3 external SSDs today the HP P800 1TB Portable External SSD is under review. We are going to unveil all the hidden facts & figures of this external Hard drive.

HP P800 1TB Thunderbolt 3 PCIe NVMe SSD Review

All PCs are not equipped with the Thunderbolt 3 and everyone doesn’t need it. Most of the users are not even well familiar with the term Thunderbolt. But most of the Apple users are really familiar because they are considered as the power users. But when this is paired with the right components it is ready to offer the 4 times speed as compared to the 3.1 Gen 2 technology which most of the regular PC users uses.

HP 800 1TB when paired Thunderbolt 3 with the superfast NVMe SSD it ready to gives the users up to 2400 MB/s in sequential manner. The size of the drive is not small as other but no need to be worried about because it is super easy to carry and handle.

HP P800 also comes in the market with three different capacities i-e 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB. User can easily get control over the full capacity. Based on the capacity of the SSD it is ready to deliver the sequential writes range from 1200 MB/s to 2400 MB/s. HP is delivering the best performance external SSB with the series.

The P800 1TB Portable External Thunderbolt 3 is using the fixed data cable for the connectivity of Solid-State Drive with PC. It’s also equipped with the Type-C connector which is standard for the Thunderbolt 3. But electrically the Type-C is not ready to operate in USB mode. You can easily push the connector away with the help of the small level. You can also extend the cable from the storage groove.

Features of HP P800 1TB Portable External Thunderbolt 3 PCIe NVMe SSD

Here are some of the amazing & appealing features of the HP P800 1TB Portable External Thunderbolt 3 PCIe NVMe SSD which are really grabbing the attention of the buyers. So, it is highly recommended to go through these features list.

  • HP P800 is much faster, consuming Thunderbolt 3 which is specially design to provide the speed, fast storage of data, transfer of large files within seconds, and more.
  • HP P800 is the winner of CES Innovation awards in 2018 in computer accessory category.
  • Professional adopted by the top leading experts of the industry.
  • Highly portable and equipped with enhanced ruggedness, specially designed and optimized for heavy work.
  • Ready to provide the speed the read speed of 2400 MB/s and writing speed of 1200 MB/s which ensures the high data transfer speed.
  • Highly compatible with the PC and MAC system which have the type C thunderbolt 3 interface.
  • The manufacturer is offering 3 years of warranty.


  • Speedy performance.
  • Offering 2400 MB/s Reading speed & 1200 MB/s writing speed.
  • Equipped with the Thunderbolt 3 interface.
  • Compatible to world with the MAC & PC.


  • Not compatible with the Only Type C Ports.


To sum up, if you are really looking for the fastest, portable, and reliable external SSD with enough storage capacity then this The P800 1TB Portable External Thunderbolt 3 is the ideal for you. While reviewing this drive we got positive reviews from all of the users.

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