It's kind of strange, Adata is a flash and ram company. Took me a minute to realize this is not an SSD, but a spinning disc. A little digging seems to indicate it's probably Seagate. I've not had good experiences with Seagate the last few years. They were formerly my main HDD brand at work and home. But too many failures. Most recently a seagate was the culprit in a disk array that went down during very moderate activity. Once the drive cooled down for an hour it came back up. A 2TB drive FFS!
But yeah, these are 5400rpm drives and every review says they are quite slow, and kind of fiddly.