ADATA SE730H first external SSD certified 10 Gbps USB 3.1 Type-C
The move to 3D TLC NAND memory enabled ADATA to offer the new model also in version 512GB, obviously keeping the same compact design with metal body and dimensions in 72.7 x 44 x 12.2 mm and a weight of only 33g.
ADATA Technology has introduced a new 10Gbps external storage unit based on its SSDs: more specifically, we are talking about the SE730H, the successor of the best seller SE730.
The new ADATA SE730H is based on 3D TLC NAND memories that deliver read and write speeds of up to 500 MB/s, equipped with a reversible USB-C connector for added convenience and to minimize the size of the connector on the device, compatible with all Windows, Mac OS, and Android devices without the need for particular drivers or software.
While the previous drives were only available with 250 GB capacity, switching to 3D TLC NAND memory enabled ADATA to offer the new model both in 250GB and 512GB, obviously keeping the same compact design with metal body with dimensions of only 72.7 x 44 x 12.2 mm and an overall weight that stops at 33g : both capacities are available both in the gold version and in the red version.
Like its predecessor, the ADATA SE730H is certified IP68, which means complete dust protection and can withstand up to 60 minutes, immersed in up to 1.5 m of water, also meets the shock resistance requirements of the standard military MIL-STD-810 516.6, the result is a product that can easily withstand the most frantic and lousy lifestyles without blinking.
For the time being, ADATA has not yet announced availability and price, but all in all that of new models should not differ much from the cost of the previous model, which is currently online, can be around $149.99 for the 250GB version for more details, at this link, is already available on the page dedicated to these new devices.