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ADATA HD710 Pro Durable USB3.1 External HDD 1TB Yellow

Original price $139.90 - Original price $139.90
Original price $139.90
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The HD710 Pro takes external hard drive durability further. We test it to beyond IP68 dust and waterproof standards, plus make sure it passes military-grade shock proofing with triple-layered protective construction. With up to 4TB capacity, this master of storage survival is your ally in keeping content safe whether your flavour is diving, hiking, biking, or simply taking a quick stroll.

ADATA external storage expertise results in a drive with total dust-tight protection and a submarine-like ability to survive water. The HD710 Pro is tested for 60 minutes in 2 meters of water - that's more than IEC IPX8 requirements! Prepare to dive? *Water protection applies in full only when the USB port cover is firmly closed.

  • 1TB Capacity
  • USB 3.1 Type A Interface
  • 2.5" HDD
  • 36 Month Warranty
  • Rugged, Yellow
Colour Yellow
Interface USB 3.1 (Backwards Compatible with USB 2.0)
Operating Temperature 5 – 50°C
System Requirements Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1
Mac OS X 10.6 or later
Linux Kernel 2.6 or later
Dimensions (mm) 98.5 (w) x 133.3 (l) x 21.5 (h)
Weight 270g

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Miles D.
question over performance compared with older models

Can't fault the supplier. This later model has a system that displays red on the activity indicator when there is something wrong. I was getting this a lot. I have 2 older Adata drives and they don't have this. In order to copy a folder with about 5,000 5 mb files, it was necessary to copy say, 200 files at a time. Any more than this and it would go dead slow and and it would flash red. I only thought of this because many years ago, on a Burroughs large system I had a similar problem and so I took the action I did and it worked OK. There is something not so good with this.