ADATA 2TB HD700 Rugged External Hard Drive, 2.5", USB 3.0, IP56 Water/Dust Proof, Shock Proof, Blue
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Delivery: 1-2 Working Days Expected Delivery Date is 1st March, 2021
A Shield for your Memories
The HD700 is professionally-crafted to be a durable external hard drive for your most demanding experiences. It uses supremely-tough silicone that offers military-grade shock resistance, and is officially IP56 water and dustproof certified. To this triple protective approach we add data safeguards like 256-bit AES encryption and USB 3.0 speeds, resulting in the stylish HD700 offering ruggedized, fast storage on multiple levels.
Be mightier with IP56 water and dust proofing
We’ve carefully tested and certified the HD700 using IEC IP56 waterproofing and dustproofing standards. The HD700 prevents all but the finest dust particles from entering its enclosure, and is proofed against high water pressure. Deserts, mountains, rivers, or seas, the HD700 greatly enhances the safety of your precious data.
Triple-layered for military-spec shock resistance
The HD700’s enclosure is further wrapped in a tough silicone coat. All told, there are three layers of physical protection: the inner cushioned mounting, the shock-resistant plastic enclosure, and the removable silicone/rubber layer. The internal structure is made of just the drive and the mounts to reduce the number of shock-prone parts. The HD700 can easily withstand accidental drops or impacts from your activities, as it meets MIL-STD-810G 516.6 requirements.
Big files? Be fearless and store away!
The time has come to capture your experiences in always-greater fidelity, with higher resolution and detail density. That means bigger files, and the need for larger storage. The HD700 is available in up to 2TB, the perfect size for portable storage of the adventurous type
G Shock Sensor Protection
G Shock Sensor Protection helps protect your data. If your HD700 suffers a severe shock from being struck, G Shock Sensor Protection automatically starts up and displays a flashing red light. When the shock has passed, a solid or flashing blue light displays indicating normal operation has resumed.
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