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Silicon Power Introduces the Armor A15 Portable Hard Drive

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    Have you ever thought of yourself as an IT warrior experiencing all sorts of extremes and obstacles in this technology jungle? If so, an ultimate anti-shock portable hard drive is your must-have tech. gadget. SP/Silicon Power, the world's leading provider of memory storage solutions today presents an ultimate rugged USB 3.0 portable hard drive – Armor A15. Protected by a shock absorbent silica gel cover, A15 is built to withstand shock and vibration, avoiding data lost in high impact movements. Featuring one-touch backup function and specialized software, this ultra rugged portable hard drive takes your data storage experience to the next level for enhanced security and convenience.

    Inherited shockproof protection from the Armor series, SP Armor A15 is built in a shock-resistant silica gel case, increasing friction from falling off from slippery surfaces. On top of that, jagged shaped grips on the two sides are exquisitely designed for users to better hold of the drive. The internal suspension system structure makes Armor A15 function properly, without risking a chance of losing data. When it comes to data security, A15 has passed the test in compliance with stringent US military MIL-STD-810F (transit drop test), giving users a full range of protection when you accidentally drop it on the ground.

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    SP A15 is colored in a trendy mixture with black and neon green, making it pop out among all the portable hard drives. In terms of performance, A15 is equipped with the high-speed USB 3.0 connection interface, presenting a powerful performance with maximum protection. Practicality wise, there is a one-touch backup button, LED status light indicating power / transfer statuses, SP Widget free download software, and a 60-day Norton Antivirus trial software. A15 is available in 500 GB, 750 GB, and 1 TB and is backed by a three year warranty.

    Features

    - Received 2012 Taiwan Excellence Award.
    - SuperSpeed USB 3.0 compliant and backwards compatible with USB 2.0
    - High transferring rate up to 5 Gb/sec
    - Durable anti-shock rubber outer case
    - Advanced internal hard drive suspension system
    - Meet the U.S. military drop-test standards MIL-STD-810F (transit drop test), including free fall drop directly onto concrete or hard surfaces; specific height free fall test (122 cm); product's 8 corners, 12 sides and 6 surfaces all must pass free fall tests.
    - Easy Plug in and use - no external adapter required
    - One touch quick backup button
    - LED indicates power on and data transfer activity
    - SP Widget free download software, providing 7 major back-up and security functions

    Specification

    - Dimensions: 136.0 x 82.5 x 19.8 mm
    - Weight: 200g
    - Standard Compliance: USB 3.0 / 2.0
    - Data Transfer Rates:
    Max. 5 Gb/s (USB 3.0 Mode)
    Max. 480 Mb/s (USB 2.0 Mode)
    - Power Supply: DC 5V (Power supplied through USB)
    - Supported Operating Systems: Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Linux 2.6.31 or later, MacOS 10.5 or later (only USB 2.0 currently supported)
    - Operating Temperature: 5℃~ 55℃
    - Storage Temperature: -40℃~ 70℃
    - Capacity: 500 GB, 750 GB, 1 TB
    - Color: Black
    - Three-year warranty
     
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    For penguins lol
     
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    Well just think of how cold some places are in the world. Sometimes you're not always working with computers and data indoors. Something that can handle those temperatures might be ideal for some people working outside in parts of Alaska that get extremely cold.
     

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