ADATA unveiled three new External Solid State Drives, the SE730, SC660, and SV620. The manufacturer guarantees compatibility with devices running the Android operating system, OS X and Windows, designed for use in ultrabooks, notebooks, desktops, and even media boxes and game consoles. On the status of drives informs blue LED light at the front.
ADATA claims that the SE730 model is the world’s most compact Type-C external SSD in the world. The device also sports IP68 dust, water and shock protection and uses a USB 3.1 Gen 2 connector to transfer data. The SSD is housed in a sturdy metallic chassis and weighs just 33g. In the performance department it reads and writes at 500 MB/sec.
The SC660 and the SV620 solid-state drives are standard external solid-state drives. The SC660 model sports a shock-resistant metallic chassis which is just 9.6 mm thick. The drive reaches up to 410 MB/sec of read/write speed. The SV620 is a shock-resistant model which sits inside an enclosure with raised edges to protect surfaces against scratching. The drive also features a bright blue LED activity indicator to keep the users always informed. Speed-wise the SV620 is as fast as the SC660 – that is, it reaches 410 MB/sec of the read/write speed. In addition these two models are available in two capacity points – 240 GB and 480 GB. Both of these models provide the performance, durability and efficiency of an SSD, at an excellent cost-to-performance ration.
The ADATA SE720 and SV620 solid-state drives are available now, while the SC660 will arrive in August. All of these latest ADATA external SSDs are backed by a 3-year limited warranty. No word on pricing as of now.