Wednesday, February 5th 2020

Silicon Power Introduces the Stream S07 External Hard Drive

Silicon Power's newest 3.5" external hard drive, the Stream S07, blends design with function. Intended to be reminiscent of a stone and coming in capacities up to 8 TB, the Stream S07 will truly become your cornerstone for storage.

The Stream S07 was carefully designed after a stone, a symbol of durability and longevity. And just like a stone that's been tested through time, it has a crack. But this crack is intentional - it has a dual purpose. First, it serves as a ventilation source to keep the drive running cool. Second, with built-in neon blue LED lights, it serves as a transfer status indicator that runs through the crack, illuminating it while processing data.
Storage Space For Years To Come
What would you do with up to 8 TB of extra storage capacity? That's up to 1.3 million photos (6 MB per photo), 2 million songs (4 MB per song), 800 4K Ultra HD movies (100 GB per movie), or 3.2 million e-books (2.5 MB per e-book). Needless to say, it's a whole lot of storage space for years to come. At the same time, you'll improve your device's performance by freeing up space on its internal hard drive when transferring it to the Stream S07.

Plus…
  • With super-speed USB 3.2 Gen 1 interface, the Stream S07 delivers swift transfer speeds, up to 5Gbps. When you connect it to your PC, laptop, game console, or other compatible device for storage expansion, its impressive speed won't feel so distant.
  • Connect it to your compatible Smart TV and record all of your favorite movies and TV shows directly on to the drive and play them back whenever you like. Enjoy the freedom of living your life on your time, not according to the TV schedule.
  • For flexible configuration options, the Stream S07 was thoughtfully designed to be placed either upright or flat, while looking just as good either way.
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9 Comments on Silicon Power Introduces the Stream S07 External Hard Drive

#1
R0H1T
btarunrUSB 3.2 Gen 1
Someone needs to smack some logic into the guy (or group) who came up with this, even Intel's ridiculous code names or product names pale in comparison to this!
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#2
Mats
I hear ya. I mean, what was wrong with USB 3.1, 3.2, and 3.3.. ?
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#3
Basard
Does it come with the pet dung beetles?
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#4
bonehead123
Stone or no stone, why does this product exist ? Except maybe just to say they have one....'cause I see nuthin here that is innovative, exciting or god forbid, revolutionary.....

it looks practically identical to the WD external drive I just bought for my back-ups & file storage..
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#5
jsfitz54
I've had good luck with SP products.

As far as this drive goes, I like the aesthetics.
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#6
danbert2000
Yikes, are they using a double sided USB-A cable? I hate micro usb 3.0 as much as the next person, but the answer is not a full USB port on the device. The answer is a USB C port with USB 3 wiring.
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bonehead123
danbert2000Yikes, are they using a double sided USB-A cable? I hate micro usb 3.0 as much as the next person, but the answer is not a full USB port on the device. The answer is a USB C port with USB 3 wiring.
^^THIS^^

I hate those stupid dbl sided connectors almost as much I detest ps2, parallel & serial ports..:shadedshu:....:mad:...:fear:
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danbert2000
bonehead123^^THIS^^

I hate those stupid dbl sided connectors almost as much I detest ps2, parallel & serial ports..:shadedshu:....:mad:...:fear:
It's like having a suicide cable, any USB cable that can cause damage is dangerous to give to consumers. It just takes one less technically inclined person plugging this into two different computers to "test it out" to make this such a dangerous choice. I bought a hard drive enclosure that had this cable and I regret it. I actually keep the cable hidden so nobody gets any "bright" ideas.
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