Thursday, June 27th 2019

ADATA Unveils HM800 External Hard Drive

ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules, NAND Flash products, and mobile accessories is pleased to announce the ADATA HM800 external hard drive. The HM800 external hard drive is a must-have for users who own a smart TV. Not only does the HM800 playback users' favorite binge-worthy TV shows, movies, and sporting matches on their TV, but also lets them record this content. They can record to their heart's content with 4, 6, and 8 TB of storage capacity and can easily backup their files with the One-Touch Backup function.
All Their Entertainment in One Place
With the HM8000 users won't miss out on the big game or the season finale of their favorite TV show. They can record all their favorite TV programming onto the HM800 and enjoy them later on. In an era of high-res content, users can never have too much storage. With up to 8 TB of storage space, they'll be able to cram in up to 1000 episodes of their favorite TV show or a mix and match of pretty much all their movies, music, and more. With all that storage, the HM800 can also be a game library, capable of storing up to 200 PS4 or Xbox game titles.

TurboHDD Accelerates Speed and Efficiency
Exponentially faster than USB 2.0, the HM800 integrates TurboHDD, applying custom profiles and algorithms to speed up data rates based on traffic and system resources. It can accelerate data transfers, providing time-saving performance that makes content accessible quickly and with minimal delay.

One-Touch Backup and AES Encryption
The HM800 has a One-Touch Backup function that automatically backs up and syncs files with the press of a button, allowing users to store their precious content with peace of mind. AES 256-bit encryption protects stored data against intrusion and accidental exposure so that users can rest easy with the latest in data security measures.
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3 Comments on ADATA Unveils HM800 External Hard Drive

Nice looking drive, with the cool one-touch back up feature, however that "TurboHDD" marketing hype may or may not make any difference in the data transfer speeds, since it is/will be limited by the USB 3.2 Gen 1 interface, which is already pretty fast in relative terms. It may indeed help prioritize/optimize the data somewhat, but only a proper test/review will tell us if it lives up to the hype.....
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Any information about what exact drives are being used in these?
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lookie here:

The product box only says "3.5 HDD", so based on that, it's actual dimensions, and it's TurboHDD thingy, it would seem that it contains a rust bucket spinner......

If this is true, it will basically suk for anything but a storage box IMHO... pass.....
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