ADATA HD680 AES 256-Bit Encryption HDD Drive
ADATA HD680 AES 256-Bit Encryption HDD Drive
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Compact and packing plenty of power, the ADATA HD680 external HDD drive will help you free up space on your game console, laptop, or desktop while giving you quick access to your stored content. Available in 1 or 2 terabytes, it boasts triple-layer military-grade shock resistance to help it withstand drops up to 6 feet Read More

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SantiagoDraco
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May 8, 2019
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Why anyone would buy a spindle drive designed for "shock resistance" over an SSD is just mind boggling. On top of that there's no specifics on the drive itself other than storage capacity. USB 3.1 is worthless if the drive is a slow laptop spindle drive. The lack of details on what "encryption" HDD means is also misleading. There are self encrypting drives out there and the attempt here is to make you think this is one but it doesn't seem like it is. More specifics should be provided.
May 8, 2019
damx
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May 9, 2019
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I am one of the customers that bought this product and NO , no one can not claim that this HDD has "encryption" . The windows software that is available on their website does the encrytion only if you transfer the files using that app. Schock resistant HDD vs a SSD. It's about the cost . A 2 TB SSD would be quite expensive.
May 9, 2019
SantiagoDraco
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May 12, 2019
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Of course I know SSDs are more expensive. My point regarding shock resistance is that if shock resistance was your concern then buying a spindle drive over an SSD makes no sense imo. That said if a ton of space was critical and cost was an issue then that would be an exception of course. Thanks for the info on the software. I am sure there are people who were wondering.
May 12, 2019
damx
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May 7, 2019
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@massdrop @Drop This kinda smells like fake advertisement. The encryption is software based and not hardware. Also in order to benefit from alll the features this HDD must be used on a Windows PC because there is no Mac software.
May 7, 2019
Ken_ADATA
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Apr 15, 2019
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Come check out more information on the extremely durable HD680 on the ADATA Consumer website! https://www.adata.com/us/feature/584
Apr 15, 2019
damx
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May 7, 2019
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The software that enables the full functionality of the HDD is only for windows. For me, as a Mac user ther's nothing. So just a basic external HDD.
May 7, 2019