Adata’s Super-Fast SE730 External SSD

Adata SE730

Today we possess an over-abundance of data, from books to movies, documents, photographs and tons more. While most of us store our treasured data on hard drives, these gadgets are now outdated, unreliable and slow. The need for a device that is consistent, safe and quick too is growing more than ever.

Solid State Drives (SSD) are the storage keepers of the future. With only stationary mechanics in-built, SSD’s are totally noiseless. Undisputedly the smallest external memory drive available today, Taiwanese tech company Adata also claims that the new SE730 is the fastest Solid State Drive you can find.

Measuring 2.8 inches by 1.7 inches and 0.4 inches thick, the Adata SE730 has a sleek metal body that gives it a premium look. This SSD weighs only 33 grams, so not only is it portable but you can even slip it into the pocket of your shirt or jeans.

The SE730 is fitted with a 3.1 USB Gen 2 connectivity that has the ability to read and copy data at speeds of 500mbps. You can now easily transfer large files and even 5GB HD movies, in less than 20 seconds.

The addition of the Type-C USB port that connects to the SSD, means that you will no longer be fumbling with the cords to find the USB’s right side-up. It connects to your Windows, iOS or Android gadget via an adaptor cable that has a Type-A USB 3.1 Gen 2 input, which can be found on most devices. This multi-platform feature is very helpful as you no longer need to worry about whether or not your drive will be accessible on a particular system.

Adata has made their new SSD not only stylish, but also sturdy. It is water-proof, dust proof and military-grade shock-proof. If you go paddling in water that is about 1.5 meters deep and forget that your Adata SSD is in your pocket, fear not as it should be safe for up to one hour underwater. Your device is also protected against those accidental drops that happen so often.

The Adata SE730 is currently available only in 250 GB storage capacity and it is priced at Rs. 9500. Though the price is certainly on the higher side, the device does not feature any encryption and is definitely worth investing in a SSD. And for all those who do not wish to pay through the nose for this product, you can simply wait a while as the prices are sure to drop when competitors enter the market.

Picture courtesy – adata.com


by techtalks @TechTalks October 26, 2016 11:58 AM UTC

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