Adata HD770G External HDD : Review

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RGB Lightning

The company is known for its excellent storage devices, in this case, hard drives has again made one model that you will really like. It is an external hard drive that is not the biggest or fastest, but it is extremely durable and reliable, it is waterproof and resistant to shocks and falls, and so that your work is not monotonous, it shines in cheerful RGB colors! Quite standard expectations when it comes to Adata.

The first robust external hard drive in the world with RGB lighting has also arrived in our editorial office. No matter what you use it for, you know how often we say. Ok, let’s see briefly what this drive allows and how it works, and we will show you interesting software support that Adata can boast.

Exterior appearance

You’ve probably noticed at first glance that this is a new mouse, not a disk. No wonder, because many new mice have RGB lighting and this is nothing new, but it is very new with SSDs or HDDs. Yes, this Adata HD770G external hard drive has color lighting on the top so it looks very attractive.

It is a 2.5-inch HDD, which is of course smaller than the standard 3.5-inch drives, and is very interesting because it has a robust housing covered with rubber material (plastic, silicone), the company boasts of supporting the military endurance standard (MIL-STD-810G) so he can fall from a height of 1.22 meters, nothing will happen to him. Also, waterproof and dustproof in accordance with IP68 certification, so thanks to the specially patented cover for the USB port you can keep it in water for up to 2 hours at a depth of 2 meters, neither disk nor data will not happen.

The exterior itself is not classically square but has more corners (as in the picture), It measures 139 x 98 x 26 millimeters and weighs 270 grams so you can easily fit it in any bag, backpack or suitcase. By the way, the package also includes a standard USB 3.2 cable (Gen1) and brief user manuals, and it should be mentioned that it is compatible with the older USB 2.0 standard.

How does it work It works great! Of course, as it is an HDD, its transfer speed is not high. The interface supports speeds of up to 5GB / s, but the actual speed is significantly lower, approximately 100MB / s.