ADATA Announces SE730, SC660, and SV620 External Solid State Drives

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July 22, 2016

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ADATA® Technology, a leading manufacturer of high performance DRAM modules and NAND Flash products, today unveiled the SE730, SC660, and SV620 external SSDs.

The three are compatible with Windows, Mac OS, and Android, thus bringing solid state storage expansion and convenience to the majority of notebooks, ultrabooks, desktops, and even media boxes and game consoles. From the USB Type-C SE730 with its IP68 dust and water proofing to the cost-effective SC660 and SV620, each offers at least four times the performance of an external mechanical drive while consuming far less power (excellent for portable device batteries), operating in total silence, and ensuring vastly better shock resistance. The drives are ideal for mobile or stationary scenarios. They use carefully-sorted and certified controllers and memory chips, undergoing rigorous ADATA testing. Likewise, PCB production and enclosure assembly meet demanding ADATA standards, backed by a 3-year warranty. The SE730 and SV620 launch today while the SC660 will release in August.

 

SE730: presenting the most compact USB Type-C external SSD in the world

Embodying ADATA innovation and dedication to premium products, the SE730 packs read/write performance up to 500MB/s in a super-compact form factor that weighs a mere 33g. The smallest external SSD with a reversible USB Type-C connector in the world at the time of writing, the SE730 supercharges data transfers with USB 3.1 Gen 2. Its sandblasted metallic enclosure and robust build mean it carries official IEC IP68 dust and water proof qualifications, as well as military-grade shock proofing. The SE730 offers the ultimate in external SSD style, performance, and mobility, weighing less than a golf ball and fitting easily in the palm of a hand.

 

SC660 and SV620: creating more affordable external SSD options

While external solid state drives were a luxury until very recently, the SC660 and SV620 place the connection to SSD performance and convenience within easy reach. The SC660 boasts a shock resistant build and runs at up to 410MB/s (read/write). Its stylish, super-slim metallic enclosure is just 9.6mm thick. The shock resistant SV620 delivers identical performance, wrapped in an enclosure with raised edges to protect surfaces against scratching. It features a bright blue LED activity indicator to keep users always informed. Whether preferring the metallic and ridged SC660 or the sleek and glossy SV620, customers gain access to SSD performance, efficiency, and durability at a great cost-performance ratio.

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