Rugged External Storage For Mac Users. ADATA is very well known for their storage products which range from SSDs and thumb drives to memory cards and RAM modules. The HD710 from ADATA is 1TB of military-grade shock- and water-resistant goodness that has passed both the IEC 60529 IP68 test and the military standard drop test. This means it's nigh-impervious to dust and can be submerged in 3 feet of water for up to 30 minutes. EH-A1000HD710W Adata HD710a series, 1Tb/1000Gb White & Silver, Mac edition, with built-in wrap-around cable management + blue LED indicator, silicone shell housing with iP68 class waterproof (in 1.5 meter-deep.
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ADATA's HD710A is an ultra durable external hard drive designed especially for Macbook. It features a large storage capacity, superior data transfer speeds, and also undergoes stringent tests for waterproofing, dustproofing and shock resistance.
The HD710A is the ultimate in portable protection for your data! Huge Storage Capacity For Your Mac If you are a Macbook user and you need large capacity, the HD710A is your best choice.
Not only does it support Time Machine, the HD710A also provides huge capacities ranging from 1TB to 2TB. With built-in SuperSpeed USB 3.0, you can transfer your large files more rapidly so you can work with greater efficiency. IP68 Water and Dust Resistant Qualified The HD710A has passed the stringent IP68 test, offering excellent water and dust resistant protection.
Thanks to its durable design, the HD710A works normally even in a dusty environment or after being submerged in its storage state in 1.5 meter-deep water for up to 60 minutes.Limitations apply. Please consult with specifications before use. 'Storage state' indicates connector seal is free of obstruction and fully closed. Military Grade Shock Resistance The triple-layer construction of the HD710A incorporates exceptionally elastic silicone material to provide great shock absorption from all angles. By passing the MIL-STD-810G 516.6 military-grade shock-resistant test, the HD710A ensures your data's safety even after falling to the ground unexpectedly.Limitations apply. Please consult with specifications before use. 'Storage state' indicates connector seal is free of obstruction and fully closed.
Wrap-around USB Cable The USB cable tucks into a wrap-around exterior slot in the drive casing, providing an elegant storage solution that matches the highly practical characteristics of the device. Capacity 1TB / 2TB Color White Dimensions (L x W x H) 132 x 99 x 22mm (5.2 x 3.9 x 0.9 in) Weight 220g (7.8oz) Interface SuperSpeed USB 3.0 (backward compatible with USB 2.0) Texture Plastic / Rubber Warranty 3 years Opt. Voltage USB DC 5V System requirements Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1 (Format the disk before first use) Mac OS X 10.6 or later Linux Kernel 2.6 or later (Format the disk before first use) Accessories USB 3.0 cable; Quick Start Guide Opt. Temperature 5°C (41°F) to 50°C (121°F) Specification:. Manfc Part #. HD710A 1TB for Mac. Availability.
Call for Availability. Hard Disk Capacity. 1TB. Brand. Adata.
USB Version. 3.0. AC Powerd. No.
Wi-Fi. No. LAN. No.
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Warranty. 1 Year Manufacturer Package Content:.
1x AData HD710A 1TB for Mac Portable HDD. C A T E G O R I E S.
ADATA is reaching out to us storage geeks who always find a way to break things. They have introduced their newest HD710 as a high capacity storage device that is military grade shock proof, waterproof up to 1.5 metres for 60 minutes, as well as being dust proof. No, it is not an SSD but the HD710 (or HD710A for Macs in our case) does provide some great protection at a decent capacity for those who need it, and at a great price point as well.
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A bit off looking and somewhat Star Wars driven, the HD710 is available in the color shown here for Macs, or yellow, blue or black for PC’s. The exterior is or plastic and a soft rubber, with a microUSB cable that attaches nicely around the exterior of the device. As much as we might not like the ends of the cable exposed, previous iterations of external drives with integrated USB cables never quite seemed to work as well. Another unique feature about the ADATA 710 series external hard drives is the fact that they are UASP compatible which breaks through the typical USB performance barrier.
We tested our sample on our MacBook Air, finding that it was recognized immediately, and these test results were returned: Just as a bit of a confirmation, we thought we might test the HD710A with Quickbench as well: Considering this is a hard drive, and available in capacities of one or two terabytes, read and write performance above 100MB/s is very good. Our sample HD710A was the ‘for Mac’ version so we decided to reformat the hard drive for the PC to see how performance fared there: As you can see, performance is solid on Crystal DiskMark, even though the low 4k write transfer speeds remain very evident in hard drives, unlike the SSD. Even being an ‘all flash’ SSD kind of guy, I have to admit that there are still those that prefer, and trust, hard drives for back up and long term storage. This is where the ADATA 710 family fares well, and with its low price of $65 for the 500GB capacity, $70 for the 1TB and $135 for the 2TB, coupled with its 3 year warranty, this is a hard drive definitely worthy of consideration.