Thursday, August 1st 2019

ADATA Launches HD770G 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 HD770G durable external hard drive, the world first with RGB lighting. With the HD770G, users can not only store all their games and data, but store them with flair. What is more, the HD770G exceeds the IP68 standard meaning it is waterproof and dustproof as well as shock-resistant with its robust triple-layer construction.

The HD770G sports a design like no other external HDD thanks to its distinct chamfered edges and two light-beam-shaped RGB strips that'll show off users' personal flair. What's more, in between the two light strips is a centerpiece that features a perforated pattern that comes to life as the RGB lighting pulsates. With plenty of storage capacity, users can carry all their games or supplement the limited storage on their PS4 or Xbox console. Not only is the HD770G great for console gaming, but also great for PC gaming too.
Tough Inside and Out
The HD770G offers the ultimate protection against dust and water that goes beyond the highest-level IP68 standard. In particular, the HDD is waterproof to the point where it can withstand 120 minutes submerged in 2 meters of water.Unlike the cumbersome port covers found on other external HDDs, the HD770G's patented port covers plug in with ease to provide hassle-free protection from water. With a robust triple-layer construction that consists of a shock-absorbing silicone casing, sturdy buffer, and a cushioned mounting for the hard drive, the HD770G can handle knocks and drops with ease. On the inside, AES 256-bit encryption keeps data password-protected and away from prying eyes.

Exact availability of the HD770G may vary by region.
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5 Comments on ADATA Launches HD770G External Hard Drive

#1
bonehead123
So........

it's tuff, has RGB, AND.........

no speeds, no interface info, no size info, no warranty info, no price info......

this post barely even qualifies as a low-level press release or even news ...must be a slow news day, huh .....
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#2
cucker tarlson
died at "light-beam-shaped RGB strips that'll show off users' personal flair"

bonehead123, post: 4090546, member: 139670"
So........

it's tuff, has RGB, AND.........

no speeds, no interface info, no size info, no warranty info, no price info......

this post barely even qualifies as a low-level press release or even news ...must be a slow news day, huh .....
like each and every of his posts.it's the clicks that matter.
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#4
bonehead123
EarthDog, post: 4090605, member: 79836"
The specs page for anyone curious about any details..https://www.adata.com/us/specification/618
Thanks for the link Dog, but surely it coulda/shoulda been included in the OP, yes ?

On another note, the specs say it has a USB 3.2 gen interface, but yet they insist on using that antiquated, dinosaur-era, funky-ass
2-sided split-pin connector & cable instead of USB C....

yet another massive f.A.i.L IMHO :)
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#5
EarthDog
Yeah, just a bit of information would have helped...all I did was look up the drive at the website and clicked on specs. Maybe start reporting things like this as low quality posts moving forward.. lololol!!!!

RE: The Type-C, not many have them so it isn't a huge deal to me.
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