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Adata HD710 Pro External Hard Drive

Adata HD710 Pro External Hard Drive

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Will this work in Japan? 100 voltage
For a 5 years old product with $69 or $64, it's not worth it. Like others mentioned Amazon can be seen at about $70+. If this price $50, i will be get it. :)
kavern
The [1TB Pro version](https://www.amazon.com/ADATA-Waterproof-Shockproof-Ruggedized-AHD710P-1TU31-CBK/dp/B0744NWZTM) is $97 on Amazon. You're looking at the non-pro version.
shopr
You are right. Oh well my bad.
Very old, very cheap drives - cant believe they are still trying to sell them.
I bought a 1tb blue model almost 10 years ago. It lasted maybe 50-100 uses before the 'proprietary' usb connection on the drive itself came loose, and has been almost impossible to establish, let alone maintain, a connection ever since.
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Looking at the marketing on this drop, I feel like the case is what I'm paying for here. AFAICT I can get an appreciably bigger drive that probably performs just as well at any of these price points
kevinhb
(Not that your comment was bad advice for InscrutableDespotism though.)
So this isn't a SSD?
antpruitt
As if a SSD with 5TB storage, the decimal point might possibly move 1 digit backward instead of 65USD.
I can get this at Amazon for $59.99 +free shipping
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Maybe it'd cheaper because it's such a ugly ass yellow, lollolp
melhilsnow
From what I can tell, that is not the PRO version and lacks the shock sensors.
I have several of these for a couple years now in 2TB, and love them. The provided cords are stiff and short, so it can be tricky to position them. But if you get a longer cord from your supplier of choice, you can just save the short ones for emergencies. All in all, an easy ‘buy’ from me on the actual drive. Price wise, I can’t comment being in Australia. It seems reasonable, but not amazing. Local prices adjusted from aud to usd are $60 USD for 1TB, $98 for 2TB, 4+ not available at my preferred vendor (umart.com.au)
I bought this exact one in 2015 from Amazon for $69.99. Great little VERY rugged hard drive. I've dropped this from maybe waist height few times. Kind of makes a weird almost holo sound when it hits the floor. Mine still works great so zero complaints. Definitely a deal at $64.99 just not sure I need another one. Hmm...
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The Vault more than likely bought the non-pro version... 3C's doesn't go back that far but it shows the lowest price was 71.00 and that was in 2018.
https://camelcamelcamel.com/ADATA-Waterproof-Shockproof-Ruggedized-AHD710P-1TU31-CBK/product/B0744NWZTM?context=search
ElectronicVices
I bought the "ADATA DashDrive 1TB HD710 Military-Spec USB 3.0 External Hard Drive AHD710-1TU3-CBK (Black)" for $69.99 in April 2015. Great product. I still use this without any issue today!
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What RPM do these spin at?
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How so?
thechiliedone
Well I'm a little wrong. However I'd suspect that since performance on data transfers will also depend on capacity and a case like this will limit any heat dissipation that it's a 5400. Found a comment on Amazon saying this as well:
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