When we say the SSD T1 is tiny, we mean it -- ChipChick calls it "smaller than a credit card," while both Computer Shopper and StorageReview compare it to the size of a business card. This means that if you wanted to put this thing in your wallet, you could easily try, though it might be a little wide. If the T1 fattens up your wallet too much, HotHardware notes it can still "slide in your shirt pocket with ease." But don't slip the drive into your jeans, as the plastic casing made it feel less durable to TechSpot, and TrustedReviews says a little bit of flex in the middle of the drive means you "definitely want to avoid sitting or standing on it" for fear of breakage.
The size means you can take the SSD T1 anywhere, while the speed means you'll want to take it everywhere. Computer Shopper calls it "a scorchingly fast data deliverer" and TechSpot likes its "exceptional upload performance." While TechRadar found its benchmark scores a bit disappointing, they still think it's "unbelievably smooth" and ChipChick notes that in real world usage, "you’ll be able to back up a 3 GB movie file in eight seconds."
There are plenty of cheaper external drives available -- some which can match the SSD T1 in speed, and a few which can rival it in size. But there's nothing out there that combines both exceptional speed and diminutive size the way the T1 does, making it well worth the cost to users who want it all.