One of the biggest advantages of external SSD drives is their portability. Due to their size, they can be put in the backpack or a pocket. Now, there is an ultimate device in this review – the company ADATA presented the most compact world’s smallest SSD drive called SE730H. The accessory was based on the technology 3D NAND. It weighs only 33 grams, and its size can be compared with a bank card. It is also equipped with a high-speed USB-C 3.1 connector. In addition to compact dimensions and high data transfer rates, the ADATA SE730H also boasts full protection against water, dust and shock.
ADATA SE730H external drive is capable of transmitting data at speeds of up to 500MBps. This is enough to transfer a 5GB FullHD movie in just 16 seconds, and it takes about one minute to transfer AAA games. Plus, the 3D TLC NAND memory provides a 25% longer service life compared to the last-generation SSD drive SE730.
Another highlight of ADATA SE730H is the protection to the IP68 standard. It means that even if it falls into sand or water, the files on the drive will be safe. Moreover, the drive complies with military standards, so that no falls and hits can damage it.
ADATA SE730H is compatible with a wide variety of platforms, including Windows, macOS and Android. The price of the new accessory hasn’t yet been announced.