ADATA releases the HD710A durable external hard drive line

ADATA releases the HD710A durable external hard drive line

The Taiwanese memory maker ADATA has released the new rugged HD710A external USB 3.0 hard drive line. The new device line features excellent resistance against shock, water and dust and has been especially optimized for Mac users.

The new HD710A line is available as two models with capacities of 1 TB and 2 TB and is housed in a special chassis that is made of extra elastic silicone material for much better shock absorption from all angles. But this is not everything – the new external drive line meets all MIL-STD-810G 516.6 military-grade shock test requirements and passes the stringent IP68 test as well. Thus all HD710A drives are ready to survive shock, dust and water and can be submerged in 1.5-meter deep water for up to 60 minutes. In addition the data cable of the drive conveniently tucks into a wrap-around exterior slot in the drive casing so you will not be noticing it when you don’t need your HD710A external USB 3.0 hard drive. For Mac users the drive line also supports Time Machine.

The HD710A external hard drive line is available now. The price of the drives is unknown, however.

Source: ADATA

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