Silicon Power introduces Diamond D20 portable hard drive

Silicon Power has been aggressively releasing new products on the market lately. After introducing several new lines of SSDs the company has unveiled the Diamond D20 – a new ultra slim portable hard drive.

The Diamond D20 sports an ultra slim design and a really lightweight chassis for extreme portability on the go. Built around a solid aluminum metal structure with unique carbon-like texture the D20 has curved edges for easy handling and storage. Apart from being shock, dust and water resistant the chassis is also fingerprint and scratch free. Available in black or white the Diamond D20 is a pleasure to look at.

Let’s take at the hardware specs now – the Silicon Power Diamond D20 measures 116.5 x 78 x 10.5 mm and weights 135 grams. The portable hard drive offers 500 GB of storage, has a USB 3.0 interface and supports Windows 8/7/Vista/XP and 2000, Linux 2.6.31 or later and Mac OS 10.5 or later. In addition to all this users get a 3-year warranty, power saving functions and the SP Widget free software that provides 7 tools for data backup and data security.

Pricing is unknown.


Source: Silicon Power

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